Poet Joseph Kalar's work re-discovered

Feb 14, 2007 —
Topics: Environment
Stephanie Hemphill

It's safe to say not many of us have ever heard of Joseph Kalar. He was a contemporary of the midwest radical writer Meridel LeSueur. And like LeSueur, he wrote passionately about the lives of working people. A book of his poetry has just appeared more than thirty years after his death. Minnesota Public Radio's Stephanie Hemphill reports.

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