Tate Swindell, researcher, writer and editor, engages his friend and colleague Hilary Holladay, author of a recent biography of poet Adrienne RichÂ (1929-2012), in conversation about the poet and Holladay’s experience and process, diving into the complexities of Rich’s ever-evolving thought and expression.
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Adrienne Rich (1929-2012) published dozens of influential books in her long career, gaining notice as a poet throughout the 1950s and 1960s, and emerging as a crucial voice in the anti-war, women’s liberation and other major social movements of the 1970s. She was a complex and mercurial writer whose complexities and ideas continue to fascinate.
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