The five buttons represent three versions of an Eric Gill Pegasus, commissioned by Harriet Monroe (founder and editor of Poetry magazine).

The Poetry Foundation, publisher of Poetry magazine, is an independent literary organization committed to a vigorous presence for poetry in our culture that uses buttons as a part of its branding.

Subscribe to Poetry now and get a handsome tote and Pegasus button–FREE!

“Poetry has done was long seemed impossible: It has reclaimed its place at the center of American poetry. More, it has become one of the most interesting literary periodicals of any kind published today. Traditionally, only poets read Poetry: thanks to [editorial] innovations, it has become indispensable reading for anyone who cares about American literature.”
–Adam Kirsch

It’s a pleasure to make buttons for this organization.  If you subscribe to Poetry magazine before February 18, 2010, you can get a year’s worth of Poetry starting in April, just in time to celebrate National Poetry Month.  Go to http://bit.ly/bmxcLc and enter code ITOT.  Check out www.poetryfoundation.org

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The Poetry Foundation resurrected the logo in 2003 that was the magazine's logo upon Monroe's death.