Issue Details: First known date: 2011 2011
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Bantick discusses the assertion by Australian performance poet Emilie Zoey Baker that poetry should be on prime-time television and replace programs such as MasterChef. Bantick comments that 'What Baker and her fellow versifiers have failed to understand is that celebrity poets do more harm than good. ' He also discuses a recent poetry reading given my Melbourne poet Peter Steele.

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