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Poetry in unlikely places [USA]:
[...] The eight-month-old American Life in Poetry project's free columns have been printed at least once in 58 newspapers and are e-mailed regularly to about 134, according to the Poetry Foundation, a literary organization that helps run the project. It estimates that 1 million people read the column each week in various newspapers, such as the Ellsworth American in Ellsworth, Maine, or the Grinnell Herald-Register in Grinnell, Iowa.

Overall, the papers that run the column carry a combined circulation of about 4 million people, the Chicago-based foundation says. [...]
Ted's dad.
Nicky Nolte and Teddy Kooser at school.
(By the way: "She drives a car as well as a flying machine."
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