Minor Poets, Major Works

Here is an article by Ed Park that speculates why he believes minor poets end up producing major works.
I think the answer to this is simple; obviously initially, every poet, unless somehow related or connected to a famous poet, is unknown or thought of as minor. All poets have to start somewhere, it’s usually by publishing a single poem that draws attention that they can garner some attention.

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