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Poetry, or related forms are, I believe, more suitable and adaptive to these mediums than forms such as the novel. Poetry is usually much shorter, pithier, more stylised, and is recognisable as poetry in aural and textual mediums. I think the current media environment is beneficial to poets, less so to novelists. But it could be a matter of where the talent lies and how poets and novelists and other artists choose to take advantage of the opportunities offered to them.
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I think there is an element of expat snobbery in them that needs to be challenged. The entire language of the discussion is fraught. In fact, they reek a little of pandering to his audience. You are commenting using your WordPress.
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