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Donald Hall
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Donald Hall (1928–2018) was the fourteenth Poet Laureate of the United States. He published over twenty books of poetry during his lifetime, as well as criticism, memoirs, sports journalism, children’s stories, plays, and reviews. His numerous awards include the Frost Medal, the Ruth Lilly Prize, the National Book Critics Circle Award, and the Lamont Poetry Prize. On March 2, 2011, President Obama awarded him the National Medal of Arts. He died on June 23, 2018, at his home in Wilmont, New Hampshire.

Hall’s poem The One Day was reviewed in AGNI 47 by Chris Walsh.

“An Interview with Donald Hall” by Chard deNiord appears in AGNI 71.

AGNI has published the following work:

Poetry
The Worker
AGNI 41 Print Only
Poetry
The Mini-Mart
AGNI 43 Print Only
Poetry
Beau Ideal
AGNI 43 Print Only
Poetry
The Number
AGNI 73 Print Only
Poetry
Envy
AGNI 73 Print Only
Essays
Domains
AGNI 59 Print Only
Essays
Influential Anxieties
AGNI 26 Print Only

AGNI has published the following translation:

Interviews
An Interview with Donald Hall
By Chard deNiord
Translated by Donald Hall
AGNI 71 Print Only
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