Letter from Poetry Magazine

Letter to the Editor

by Jack Labusch
Dear Editor,

I'd expect that many a layman like myself, whose interest in poetry can be confined to a few shelf-feet of anthologies, reference works, and Poetry issues, was tickled by your "Antagonisms." You mean we really don't have to revere all that canonical stuff ? Whew, what a relief!

Niles, Ohio

Originally Published: October 30, 2005

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This prose originally appeared in the January 2005 issue of Poetry magazine

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