New PDF release: A Carnival of Losses: Notes Nearing Ninety

By Donald Hall,Wendy Strothman

New essays from the vantage element of very outdated age, once more “alternately lyrical and laugh-out-loud funny,”* from the previous poet laureate of the United States

*(New York Times)

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