By Doug Fabrizio
Salt Lake City, UT – The great American poet Gary Snyder spent a part of his life studying to be a Zen monk in Japan. Snyder has said the experience made him look at poetry differently. He joins Doug Fabrizio to talk about, among other things, the idea that poetry is designed to defend nature. The natural world and our place in it is a constant presence in his more than fifty years of writing. (Repeat)
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