Interview with Tom Lynch
In this segment of the interview, Lynch talks about how writers aren't tied to a geographical area (so called small-town writers), and that placing adjectives as labels on a writer takes the focus away from his or her works. He says that writing isn't exclusive; that poets are always poets/something else, because people have the capacity to do more than just one thing.
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