"My years on the west coast taught me one thing, if nothing else: a coterie of poets fairly well-appointed in academe and in trendy bars that characterizes itself as marginalized, as a bevy of outsiders, as lacking clout the so-called mainstream enjoys - mainstream? - what mainstream? - is perhaps not to be trusted."
-- Norm Sibum (from the March 26 entry)
I said the same thing in my post some time ago regarding Warren Tallman in rapturous run-on, the vatic mediator trying to snag and petrify the impressionable like beheaded matchsticks in aspic.