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"Poetry is our final human language and resource. 

The Grolier is where poetry still lives, still talks, 
still makes the only sense that matters."  
- Robert Creeley
Thank you to all 
who participated in 
The Grolier Poetry Festival 
on June 2, 2018.  

Because of you, it was a magical day. 

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We will announce future events with poets, artists, and performers, including:
2018 Poetry Pulitzer Prize winner Frank Bidart, 
David Ferry, Robert Pinsky, Peter Balakian, Robert Perkins, Lloyd Schwartz, and many more.



POETRY READINGS

Will be announced. 
IT IS WITH A HEAVY HEART THAT THE
GROLIER POETRY BOOK SHOP SHARES THE SAD NEWS 
THAT ON SATURDAY, JUNE 23, WE LOST 
A BELOVED POET AND FRIEND: Donald Hall. 

Please read the "Concord Monitor's" 
touching writeup about  Donald Hall. 

Please also view the video of the performance of six 
Donald Hall poems set to music 
at our first 90th event, held at the Oberon. 

When available, we will post the touching tribute that poets 
Lloyd Schwartz and Joyce Peseroff made to 
Donald Hall and his late wife Jane Kenyon at our Poetry Festival, 
on June 2, 2018. 

Donald Hall leaves behind an extraordinary legacy of
poems and essays, and countless friendships and kindnesses. 
He will be missed by many. 





















Donald Hall, September 20, 1928–June 23, 2018