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Donald Hall

Poet

Donald Hall appears in the following:

Spark: When Life Gives You Lemons, Make Art

Friday, February 11, 2011

This month we're celebrating 360's first decade on the air with the publication of the book Spark: How Creativity Works, by long-time Studio 360 executive producer Julie Burstein. In the book, scores of America's greatest filmmakers, writers, musicians and artists give readers an inside look at their creative processes and inspiration.

This week, Kurt and Julie discuss three different artists who confronted unique challenges and turned them into art: photographer Joel Meyerowitz, poet Donald Hall, and playwright Lynn Nottage.

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Memorial, Elegy, Song

Saturday, September 06, 2003

Kurt Andersen and poet Donald Hall look at how artists create memorials, how we connect to them, and how long we want them to last.

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Special Guest: Donald Hall

Saturday, September 06, 2003

Donald Hall has published fifteen books of poetry, most recently The Painted Bed and Without: Poems, which was published on the third anniversary of his wife and fellow poet Jane Kenyon's death from leukemia. Donald Hall has won the National book Critics Circle Award, two Guggenheim fellowships, and the Ruth ...

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Poet Donald Hall on Memorials

Saturday, September 07, 2002

Kurt Andersen and poet Donald Hall look at how artists create memorials, how we connect to them, and how long we want them to last. 

Hall has published fifteen books of poetry, most recently The Painted Bed and Without: Poems, which was published on the third anniversary of his wife and ...

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Memorials, The Rising, Finnegan's Wake

Saturday, September 07, 2002

We look at memorials. Kurt Andersen and poet Donald Hall discuss the human desire to make present what has been lost. They find joyful and sad memorials, in music, in poetry, and in totem poles. 

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Poetry Society of America Dinner honoring Robert Frost

Friday, January 17, 1958

This episode is from the WNYC archives. It may contain language which is no longer politically or socially appropriate.

Opens with Poetry Society news and the reading of telegrams expressing regrets from those unable to attend Frost's birthday celebration. Members of the head table are introduced, as are notable members ...

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