Poetry Magazine Didn’t Need Binders Full of Women

There’s a terrific piece up at Poetry‘s website by Liesl Olson:  “‘In the Middle of Major Men’: The women who edited and defined Poetry magazine.”  Harriet Monroe and, to a lesser degree, Alice Corbin Henderson are fairly well-known, but Olson discusses several other women without whom there wouldn’t have been Poetry.

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