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Prentiss Riddle

A cousin of mine who was active in Austin poetry circles when I was in school convinced me that there's no more petty, backbiting community anywhere than poets. The fact that there's zero money in writing poetry reminds me of the old rule of thumb in academia: the smaller the resources available, the more vicious the fight.

Jo

Maybe they'll like it??

badgerbag

You know, I think Prentiss is right. That is probably part of it. And Jo, yeah "they" will like it but others of "they" won't... imagine flame war on mom's club... but with people who have even less respect from the world than moms have, and less self esteem... heh...

badgerbag

also you know what. I _AM_ an arrogant egomaniac. So there. Damn! I can't help it! Maybe everyone who does things like this is. Something has to happen somehow.

Jo

I think being creative is all about ego and arrogance. It's what makes us cute and loveable. And so threatening!

Iris

A trillion years ago some famous 'cool' American poets came over for a big reading and used my boyfriend's flat as their 'office'. I hung about unobtrusively ready to hear life-changing pieces of wisdom etc. And they spent the entire two days fighting to the death about who should appear on stage first.

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