By Victoria Fleischer
In our news wrap Thursday, protesters in Burkina Faso stormed the parliament and set it on fire to protest the rule of its president, who has been in power for 27 years. Also, the U.S. economy continued to make solid…
By PBS NewsHour
American poet Galway Kinnell, whose work emphasized the ordinary over the fantastical, died from leukemia Tuesday at his home in Sheffield, Vermont. He was 87.
By Joshua Barajas
Galway Kinnell has taught at several universities, and for many years he was the Erich Maria Remarque Professor of Creative Writing at New York University. He has been a MacArthur Fellow and the state poet of Vermont. In 1983, Kinnell…
By Tom LeGro
Poet Galway Kinnell reads some of his poems from his collection "Strong Is Your Hold," and discusses the connection to a work by Walt Whitman.
Poet Galway Kinnell reads some of his poems.
Poet Galway Kinnell reads "Why Regret?" a poem from his new book about "engaging ourselves with the common acts, the ordinary things, the other creatures."…
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