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Who Decides?: An Addendum

*You ought to read “Who Decides?” first. Relating that post to several other of my posts about rejection letters that I get, I want to add that this notion of power of problematic in the area of individual literary magazines and other publications. Shouldn’t an editor have the right to say what is “good” or “bad” for his or her magazine? Yes. What I am discussing about power in poetry (and in society) is a much larger cultural issue, the matter of where that editor gets his or her notion of… Read more Who Decides?: An Addendum