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Cardamomaroma! I think you're right about B&N nowadays. The interviewer may be remembering the shelves at B. Dalton and Waldenbooks.
This is a question that seems to come up over and again. If you are a poet the only thing you can really control is your poetry. So it seems to me that the only thing you can do is to adjust the way you write to meet your audience, your reader. To many people this seems like a compromise, the have some pure vision of what their poetry should be. To them, I say, fair enough, but don't complain that not enough people are reading it.
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