Comments on: A Passion for Poetry http://nyrm.org/2010/05/13/a-passion-for-poetry/ The New York Review of Magazines Mon, 09 Aug 2010 20:51:08 -0400 hourly 1 By: HTMLGIANT http://nyrm.org/2010/05/13/a-passion-for-poetry/comment-page-1/#comment-287 HTMLGIANT Thu, 20 May 2010 13:41:39 +0000 http://nyrm.org/?p=1865#comment-287 [...] of submitting my poems to them. But I don’t want them to stop publishing poetry. Why? This article in the NY Review of Magazines talks about that, and more. Who knew the NYer put out 29,000,000 pages of poetry every year? Tags: [...] [...] of submitting my poems to them. But I don’t want them to stop publishing poetry. Why? This article in the NY Review of Magazines talks about that, and more. Who knew the NYer put out 29,000,000 pages of poetry every year? Tags: [...]

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By: Bobby http://nyrm.org/2010/05/13/a-passion-for-poetry/comment-page-1/#comment-251 Bobby Wed, 19 May 2010 20:17:31 +0000 http://nyrm.org/?p=1865#comment-251 In the course of examining a related issue--changes in the number of women poets published between 1970 and 2005--my co-editor at <em>Chicago Review</em> and I compiled <a href="http://humanities.uchicago.edu/orgs/review/CR_532_Kotin_Baird.pdf" rel="nofollow">a record</a> of the number of poems published in magazines like <em>The New Yorker,</em> <em>The Nation,</em>, and <em>Paris Review.</em> The table on the second page of the article doesn't have a column for the total number of poets published in a given year, but you can find that number very easily by adding together the numbers on each side of the male:female ratios. In the course of examining a related issue–changes in the number of women poets published between 1970 and 2005–my co-editor at Chicago Review and I compiled a record of the number of poems published in magazines like The New Yorker, The Nation,, and Paris Review. The table on the second page of the article doesn’t have a column for the total number of poets published in a given year, but you can find that number very easily by adding together the numbers on each side of the male:female ratios.

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