John Fuller Quote: “When I began, poetry was very…”

When I began, poetry was very academic. You published little pamphlets from fancy presses. It was rather… chaste. There wasn’t much public reading. Then there was poetry and jazz, which I don’t think worked, though I love jazz.

John Fuller


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Name: John Fuller
Profession: Poet
Nationality: English
Birthday: January 1, 1937
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