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Poet Gerald Stern Looks Back on a Career Spent Reading and Writing

Jeffrey Brown on the PBS Newshour talks with Gerald Stern, one of America's most acclaimed poets. At age eighty-seven, Stern received the Bobbitt National Prize for Poetry from the Library of Congress for his collection Early Collected Poems: 1965–1992. He is also the author of Stealing History and What I Can't Bear Losing, both from Trinity University Press. Stern reflects on his working-class upbringing and seventy years of writing verse. Watch the show here.

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