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Sweet Seconds: Lisa Russ Spaar Examines Two Poets’ Second Poetry Collections September 3, 2014: For this most recent installment in her “Second Acts: A Second Look at Second Books of Poetry” column, Lisa Russ Spaar looks at Robert Hass and Fiona Sze-Lorrain’s second [...] by

Robert Hass Awarded the Wallace Stevens Award from the Academy of American Poets August 26, 2014: Today, the Academy of American Poets awarded Robert Hass the Wallace Stevens Award for lifetime achievement. The award was among a suite of prizes awarded by the Academy, totaling over $200,000, and [...] by

NewsHour Spends Time with Andrew Hoyem at Arion Press, with Robert Hass, and with Walt Whitman’s Leaves of Grass July 30, 2014: Walt Whitman‘s Leaves of Grass is one of the most significant books of American poetry.. ever. Ever read it? Well, whether you have or haven’t, this feature posted by PBS NewsHour [...] by

Robert Hass & Brenda Hillman Protest Keystone Pipeline February 14, 2013: Poets & Writers points us to the news that poets Robert Hass and Brenda Hillman, among others, are protesting the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline. Their collective action address: We’re here [...] by

Poetry of the Unknown, Robert Hass and E.O. Wilson in Conversation December 11, 2012: Yesterday, NewScientist reported on a recent conversation between former US poet laureate Robert Hass and evolutionary biologist E. O. Wilson that took place last week at the American Museum of [...] by

Review of Robert Hass’s Collection of Essays, What Light Can Do August 14, 2012: Check out this review from SF Gate in which Gayle Brandeis discusses Robert Hass’s new collection What Light Can Do: Essays on Art, Imagination, and the Natural World. Here’s a sample. [...] by

IOWA’S MISSION CREEK FESTIVAL- PART ONE. April 9, 2012: Like any great film, I thought I’d start the story of Iowa’s recent Mission Creek Festival with it’s end, then go back and start you off at the beginning.  So here it is.  Standing [...] by

Memories and Thoughts on Adrienne Rich April 3, 2012: I was nervous about our lunch. I might have even dreaded it since I was afraid that I would somehow disappoint her (she chose my book for the Barnard Women Poets Prize and said she’d like to meet [...] by