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The New York Quarterly was established in 1969 by the late William Packard out of a growing concern for the pure craft and technique of poetry writing. Every issue of NYQ includes the best cross-section of contemporary poetry, a Craft Interview with an outstanding poet on the general subject of style and prosody and technique, informational articles on poets and poetry — materials of lasting value to the practicing poet.

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United States

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Print Publication Print PublicationPublished 4 x per year.

Poetry On Hiatus

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Last Updated: 15 May 2018
Date Added: 17 May 2006

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