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Poet Lore

Poet Lore
Categories Literary magazine
Frequency semi-annually
Publisher Writer's Center
Country USA
Based in Bethesda, Maryland
Language English
Website www.poetlore.com/home.php

Poet Lore is an English-language literary magazine based in Bethesda, Maryland. Established in 1889, Poet Lore is the oldest continuously published poetry magazine in the United States.[1] [2]

Writer's Center, currently publishes Poet Lore in semi-annual installments, exhibiting poetry both by established writers and by those breaking into print. Poet Lore also prints reviews of new poetry books and books about poetry and poets.

Contributors

The magazine originally focused on publishing European poets and dramatists. Over the years they have published the works of John Balaban, Paul Bourget, Anton Chekhov, Chad Davidson, Carolyn Forché, Alice Fulton, Sandra Gilbert, Maxim Gorky, Joseph Harrison, Gerhart Hauptmann, Philip Heldrich, Henrik Ibsen, Sean Mac Falls, Carl Phillips, Lee Scrivner, August Strindberg, Rabindranath Tagore, and Jeff Worley.

Bibliography

  • Poet lore 4. Writer's Center. 1892. 

References

  1. ^ online library archivesUniversity of Pennsylvania
  2. ^ online articleEncyclopaedia Britannica

External links

  • official sitePoet Lore
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