Poetry After the Windfall

June 22, 2011 | 1

The Chicago Tribune looks at Poetry magazine ten years after the tiny publication received an astonishing $200 million donation. How’s the magazine doing? “The answer is complicated.”

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One comment:

  1. This is a fascinating article, but what’s up with the Tribune’s website? It’s like they purposefully put as many obstacles in the way of the text as possible!

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