Jane Kenyon | Interview by Jane Kenyon and David Bradt

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Interview by Jane Kenyon and David Bradt

SOURCE: Kenyon, Jane, and David Bradt. “Jane Kenyon: An Interview.” Plum Review, no. 10 (winter 1995): 115-28.

In the following interview, which was conducted in March, 1993, Kenyon discusses art and politics, the necessity of the arts in the schools, poetry translations, and the importance of poetry and the poet in today's society.

A native of Ann Arbor, Michigan, Jane Kenyon won the Avery and Jule Hopwood Award before completing her degrees at the University of Michigan. She has also won awards from the Guggenheim Foundation, the New Hampshire Arts Commission, and the National Endowment for the Arts, the PEN/Voelker Award, and the Frederick Bock Prize from Poetry. Her books of poetry are From Room to Room, Twenty Poems of Anna Akhmatova, The Boat of Quiet Hours, Let Evening Come, and Constance. The following...

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