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Tess Gallagher (1986 series)
Reading from Under Stars and Willingly, Tess Gallagher recalls the life of her father, a millworker, logger, and longshoreman, and commemorates his death, at home, from cancer: “He died on the couch. He made a little home for himself on the couch, because he liked to see who was coming into the house, and everyone could visit him there.”

Interviewer: Henry Lyman

Tess Gallagher (1994 series)
Gallagher reads poems from Amplitude and from Moon Crossing Bridge, together with work by her late husband, poet and short story writer Raymond Carver, and celebrates their devil-may-care relationship of eleven years. “One of the things I miss most,” she says,” is how we used to make each other laugh.”

Interviewer: Henry Lyman

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