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Poetry Project

A poem of loss for the economy

by Marketplace Staff May 11, 2009
We've been asking our listeners to send in their favorite poems about money and the economy. Elizabeth Dodge suggested Elizabeth Bishop's poem "One Art," a piece about loss that's helped her put the economic collapse in context.
Poetry Project

Poetry in work

by Marketplace Staff May 4, 2009
There's a lot of poetry in work -- people who do it, under do it, and can't afford not to do it. Poet David Tucker reads his poem "Downsizing," Pedro Pietri reads his poem "Telephone Booth Number 905 ½," and…
Poetry Project

Poem: 'Smart' by Shel Silverstein

by Marketplace Staff Apr 27, 2009
Many of you nominated "Smart" by Shel Silverstein, a poem about kids and money, to be read on air. Ms. Simms' 4th, 5th and 6th graders in Fullerton, Calif., read the poem.
Poetry Project

A working man's poet

by Kai Ryssdal Apr 20, 2009
Poet Philip Levine used to work the line at GM, which may have inspired his poetry about the blue-collar masses. Kai Ryssdal speaks with the Pulitzer Prize winner about how his experiences shaped his poetic works.
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Poetry Project

Lost for words? Try a web poet

by Marketplace Staff Feb 12, 2009
After people kept asking Danielle McDonald to pen personalized poems, she thought she could make a little cash doing it. Spend a few bucks at Secretwriter.org and she'll craft a sonnet in your name. Sean Cole reports.
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Finding the poetry in finance

by Marketplace Staff Dec 24, 2008
Katy Lederer found inspiration for the poems in her latest book from an unusual source -- finance. Tess Vigeland speaks with the former hedge fund recruiter about her poetry.