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The Sociology of Poetry, Part III: The CIA Theory (A Manifesto of Sorts) [blog]:
Seth Abramson: '... Which brings me, belatedly, to CIA Theory.

It's a theory, as I said [way] above, about why some people who can distinguish between poetry and publishing do make the decision to publish their poetry once they're confident it's the best poetry they can produce at that moment.

"CIA" stands for "certification," "identity," and "audience."

What I'd submit, here, is that poets who choose to publish widely are poetry "purists" in all the senses of that word that self-described purists are.'
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