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On Pop Music: Daniel Johnson Interviews Michael Robbins

There’s a fantastic interview with poet Michael Robbins at Paris Review. Published on the site just yesterday, Daniel Johnson asks Robbins about pop music, the recent stylistic shift in his poetry, and his forthcoming book of essays, Equipment for Living: On Poetry and Pop Music. On Taylor Swift, Robbins says, “The notion that a teenage […]
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