For a poet, San Franciscan August Kleinzahler has been traveling in pretty heady circles this year. While his earlier books brought him underground success, his latest collection "The Strange Hours Travelers Keep" won an international Griffin prize and wider acclaim. But even poets on the rise can keep a low profile. In a new book of prose writing, Kleinzahler uses his anonymity to visit the unexpected. brings us this look at the poet's latest work. Reporter: Molly Peterson
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