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Matt Forney’s Podcast Extravaganza, Episode Nine: Fiddling While Rome Burns

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In this Columbus Day edition of the Extravaganza, I talk to William Rome about his upcoming epic poem The Legend of the Great Trek, the death of masculinity in American literature, and the state of poetry in general. We also talked about his history as a political activist, his experiences living abroad in Europe, reactionary politics and so much more. There are some glitches in the first couple of minutes of the podcast on my end, but the rest of the audio turned out fine.

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    What would you consider examples of masculinity in literature?