Donald Hall

From the Archives: Donald Hall reads two poems that he wrote while teaching here at Michigan. We also talk about poetry as a vocation, Eagle Pond farm, a life inside and outside academia, the art of revision, baseball, Edgar Allan Poe, and writing with hope.

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photo credit: Linda Kunhardt/Courtesy of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

December 1, 2009:  “Day With(out) Art” – A reading by poet Donald Hall to commemorate World AIDS Day at University of Michigan Museum of Art