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Provincialism and the Gentrification of Anglo-American Poetry, Part I

Definitions To start with a definition: provincialism, a mode of thought no longer solely relegated to regions outside high density urban areas, and characterized by narrow-mindedness, insularity, lack of, or excess of, sophistication. “The provincialism of contemporary poets represents a … Continue reading

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Who Reads Poetry Anymore?

To: The Membership and Interested Parties From: Chinee, The Grand Poobah Subject: Who Reads Poetry Anymore? Drop another wet log on the smoldering crisis of relevance for Anglo-American poetry (as an example) in the form of the question “Who reads … Continue reading

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