Jane Hirshfield

Award-winning poet, essayist and climate activist

Award-winning poet, essayist and climate activist

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Jane Hirshfield , a ward-winning poet and essayist joins KCRW’s Jonathan Bastian from her home in Northern California to discuss her newest collection of poems, “Ledger.”

Jane Hirshfield on why poets treasure pondering life’s abysses

Jane Hirshfield , a ward-winning poet and essayist joins KCRW’s Jonathan Bastian from her home in Northern California to discuss her newest collection of poems, “Ledger.”

from Life Examined

Jane Hirshfield   , a  ward-winning poet and essayist   joins KCRW’s Jonathan Bastian from her home in Northern California to discuss her newest collection of poems, “Ledger.”

Jane Hirshfield on why poets treasure pondering life’s abysses

Jane Hirshfield , a ward-winning poet and essayist joins KCRW’s Jonathan Bastian from her home in Northern California to discuss her newest collection of poems, “Ledger.”

from Life Examined

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