Hall, a candid, unaffected writer who examined love, loss and rural American life, died Saturday at the age of 89.
By Jennifer Hijazi
"Love, death and New Hampshire," Donald Hall once said when asked what he writes about. It remains true in the former US Poet Laureate's newly published book of poems, "The Back Chamber."…
The Library of Congress on Thursday appointed Charles Simic, whose work is known for its surrealism, dark humor and irony, as its 15th poet laureate.
By PBS NewsHour
Poet Donald Hall reads some of his poems.
New U.S. poet laureate Donald Hall gives a tour of his New Hampshire farm where he has written poetry for over 30 years. He also reads poems on nature, love and loss, suggests that poetry is becoming more popular and…
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