29,000,000 Pages of Poetry
by ________Posted on February 2nd, 2012 at 12:47 am
[The New Yorker] published 116 poems in 2009. At about four poems a page, that makes 29 pages, which means, with a circulation of roughly a million, The New Yorker prints approximately 29 million pages of poetry annually. That constitutes a considerable corporate commitment to verse.
(Adam Robinson noticed this first.)