Why Did The Governor Of North Carolina Appoint A Poet Laureate Who Seems To Be Barely A Poet?

“One critic of the appointment called Macon a “beginner” in poetry and noted that the title of “laureate” carries with it a signal that the poet has stature, statewide or nationwide, and the expectation that the person has a number of published works.”

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