Poet, critic, and former drama editor, LEAH BODINE DRAKE makes her home in Evansville, Indiana. She is the author of two books of verse: A HORNBOOK FOR WITCHES, which appeared in 1950, and THIS TILTING DUST, which in manuscript form won the $1250 Borestone Mt. Award in 1954 and which was then chosen for publication by the Book Club for Poetry.
Poet critic, and former drama editor. LEAH BODINE DRAKE makes her home
The Atlantic receives on an average as many as 1500 poems a month. They come as frequently from men as from women, and are evidence of an interest in poetry which never slackens. Is an incentive for those writers yet unestablished, we shall from time to time devote a number of pages to the work of young poets.