“I can look out at my barn, and at the birds in the winter. Today, the leaves are pale green, and the daffodils in the garden are blooming right outside my window. Plus, there are books all around me. … I don’t read as much as I used to, but I always have a book or two going.”
Founding Paris Review poetry editor Donald Hall at home at Eagle Pond Farm in New Hampshire.

“I can look out at my barn, and at the birds in the winter. Today, the leaves are pale green, and the daffodils in the garden are blooming right outside my window. Plus, there are books all around me. … I don’t read as much as I used to, but I always have a book or two going.”

Founding Paris Review poetry editor Donald Hall at home at Eagle Pond Farm in New Hampshire.

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