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'''Wings''' was a small press publication or "little" magazine edited by Stanton Coblentz and published by The Wings Press.  
'''Wings''' was a small press publication or "little" magazine edited by Stanton Coblentz and published by The Wings Press.  
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''Wings'' is subtitled "A Quarterly of Verse" and began publishing in the 1930s, continuing on till he 1950s.   
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''Wings'' is subtitled "A Quarterly of Verse" and began publishing in 1933, and continued on till 1960.   
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Contributors included Garth Bentley, Otto Freund, R.L. Jenkins, Douglas V. Kane, J. Corson Miller,  Minnie Hite Moody, R.W. Moore, Frank E. Palmer, Hugh Wilgus Ramsaur, David Russell, Sydney King Russell, Leslie Savage, Kathleen Sutton, Eunice Thomson, Joseph Upper, and Florence Roper Wilson.
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Contributors included Garth Bentley, R.L. Cook, e.e.cummings, Max Eastman, Otto Freund, R.L. Jenkins, Douglas V. Kane, [[Lilith Lorraine]], J. Corson Miller,  Minnie Hite Moody, R.W. Moore, Frank E. Palmer, Hugh Wilgus Ramsaur, David Russell, Sydney King Russell, Leslie Savage, Kathleen Sutton, Eunice Thomson, Joseph Upper, and Florence Roper Wilson.
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Revision as of 03:14, 8 April 2011

Wings was a small press publication or "little" magazine edited by Stanton Coblentz and published by The Wings Press.

Wings is subtitled "A Quarterly of Verse" and began publishing in 1933, and continued on till 1960.

Contributors included Garth Bentley, R.L. Cook, e.e.cummings, Max Eastman, Otto Freund, R.L. Jenkins, Douglas V. Kane, Lilith Lorraine, J. Corson Miller, Minnie Hite Moody, R.W. Moore, Frank E. Palmer, Hugh Wilgus Ramsaur, David Russell, Sydney King Russell, Leslie Savage, Kathleen Sutton, Eunice Thomson, Joseph Upper, and Florence Roper Wilson.

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