The poet Donald Hall died this weekend at his home in Wilmot, New Hampshire at the age of 89. He is being remembered as one of the greatest poets in American history.
Host of All Things Considered Peter Biello spoke with Mike Pride, a friend of Hall and Editor Emeritus of the Concord Monitor.
(This transcript has been lightly edited for clarity.)
Thank you very much for speaking with me.
Glad to be here.
And so sorry about the circumstances, about the loss of someone that you considered a friend.