Available now! Exciting conversations highlighting Edward Hirsch's latest book. Sunday, April 18 VIRTUAL EVENT: The Hammer Museum at UCLA Poetry Reading Anthony Hecht Prize with James Davis Time: 5 PM EST Monday, April 19 VIRTUAL EVENT: Book Soup In Conversation with Kate Daniels Time: 9 PM EST Tuesday, April 20 VIRTUAL EVENT: Boston College
EPISODE SUMMARY “As soon as something happens to you in America people start asking if you’re healing yet and they immediately start with the healing questions. It’s not that I’m against healing, I think healing is important, but you can’t--the only way to get out of grief is to get through it. And you
Edward Hirsch is the author of ten poetry books, most recently Stranger by Night (2020). His debut, For the Sleepwalkers, published in 1981 when he was thirty-one, won the Lavan Younger Poets Award. It was followed by 1986’s National Book Critics Circle Award– winning Wild Gratitude. These first collections set the stage for others, such as
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