Poet Galway Kinnell

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Poet Galway Kinnell has been described as a writer who has the ability to flesh out music, raise the spirits and break the heart. Since 1960, the Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award winning poet has made his home in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom. As part of a celebration of National Poetry Month, we talk with Kinnell about his life in verse, and why he believes poetry still matters in the 21st century. (Listen)

Also, taking a cue from the problems in the financial sector, the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth has a new emphasis on ethics. Beginning next fall, every first-year student will be required to take ethics and leadership courses as part of their curriculum. We talk with Dean Paul Danos about why the school made this curriculum change. (Listen)

St. Johnsbury Athenaeum’s "Readings in the Gallery" series:

May 29- Robert Bly

July 1- Donald Hall

July 15- Garret Kaiser and Rigoberto Gonzalez

September 9- Marge Piercy

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Photo credit:  AP/Alden Pellett

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