"Kansas City Poetry Magazine"
Vol. 3, No. 1 (October, 1942) . Some wear; else very good. 42209
This was Clement Wood's copy, is addressed to him on the rear cover and has some of his pencilled marginalia. This issue contains an advertisement from Wood which reads: "YOUR POEMS SHOULD SELL. Wartime demands all-out efficiency. Let me show you how to turn poetry and verse from a liability to a means of revenue. For 25 years, I have taught poets, versifiers, song-writers, how to perfect their verse and get the fullest returns from them, including my work as instructor in Versification at New York University. Most of my work with private pupils, who range from beginners to Pulitzer Prize winners, is done by correspondence...Why neglect longer the many profits from versification? Write today; you are unfair to yourself to delay longer. Send $1 for trial criticism of 1 poem. Clement Wood, Bozenkill, Delanson, N.Y"