Harriet Monroe (23 December 1860 – 26 September 1936 / Chicago, Illinois)
Harriet Monroe was an American editor, scholar, literary critic, and patron of the arts. Monroe is best known as the founder and long time editor of Poetry Magazine. She was born in Chicago, Illinois. She graduated from the Visitation Academy of Georgetown, D.C., in 1879, and afterward devoted herself to literary work.
Monroe was the first editor at Poetry Magazine when she founded it in 1912. From her position as editor, she played a role in the development of modern poetry, both as an early publisher and as a supporter of poets such as Ezra Pound, H. D., more »
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- A Farewell
- A Garden In The Desert
- A Letter From Peking
- A Letter To One Far Away
- A Little Old Maid
- A Play Festival In Ogden Park
- A Portrait
- A Power-Plant
- A Story
- Ære Perennius
- After Sunset
- April -- North Carolina
- At The Grand Cañon
- At The Ship’s Rail
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