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Bemidji man wins Think-Off [UPDATED]

Published 9:54am Monday, June 13, 2011 Updated 2:56pm Monday, June 13, 2011

Bemidji poet Marsh Muirhead won the 2011 Great American Think-Off in New York Mills on Saturday night. Muirhead was one of four entrants from the 700 around the country who took part in this year’s question, “Does poetry matter?”

Muirhead argued that poetry does matter, along with Doug Wilhide, another finalist. Mahmood Tabadoor and Bob Levine argued that it does not matter.

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