T. Byron K. (tbyron) wrote,
T. Byron K.

Appalachians & Outlaws

It makes sense that so many Outlaw Poets are Appalachian since it is
very much of an outsider culture to begin with and Outlaw Poetry is
(like Outsider Art) concerned with the remembrance of the lost.
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