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Poet Lore Magazine is celebrating 125 years in print from its base in Bethesda, Maryland. The magazine vets submissions from around the world and has published poets known - Paul Dunbar and Natasha Trethewey - and unknown alike over the years. We talk to co-editor Jody Bolz about the history of the publication and the role of poetry in modern lives.

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