Donald Hall, 3rd Annual ODU Literary Festival


Donald Hall

Document Type

Featured Participant

Festival Date



Webb University Center; Batten Arts and Letters Building

Author/Artist Bio

Since "Exiles and Marriages" in 1955, Donald Hall has published seven volumes of poetry, the latest being "Kicking The Leaves." He has also been co-editor of two influential anthologies and has prepared two college composition texts. His books of prose include "String Too Short To Be Saved" and "G1.atfoot Milktongue Twinbird." Hall conducted the Paris Review interviews with Eliot and Pound, and has had a play, "An Evening's Frost," produced off-Broadway. He has delivered 65 BBC broadcasts and more than a thousand poetry readings.


Hall held a poetry workshop on Tuesday, September 30th, 1980 at 3:00 p.m. in Webb University Center.

He also gave a poetry reading at 8:30 p.m. that night in Batten Arts and Letters Building.


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