Interview with Tom Lynch
When questioned about the accesibility or "hospitality" of poems, Lynch expresses that most people like that poetry is being written, as long as they don't have to read it. He says that he is appreciative of poetry that draws new readers (such as the works of Billy Collins) because they may go from there to read his works, or someone else's. To Lynch, it is most important that his poetry is read and that his voice is heard.
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