Monday, February 22, 2010
Writer Diane Glancy
Diane Glancy -- Poet, novelist, playwright and essayist more information...
Glancy's work has earned numerous literary prizes, including an American Book Award, the Minnesota Book Award in Poetry, the Native American Prose Award and a Sundance Screenwriting Fellowship. Born in 1941 of a Cherokee father and an English/German mother, Glancy holds a BA from the University of Missouri and an MFA from the University of Iowa. Her books include Asylum in the Grasslands (2007), The Dance Partner (2005), and The Shadow's Horse (2003).
"You have to face discomfort, you have to be quiet, you have to open your ears and listen and let them talk and tell you. That's what all of Native literature is in the process of doing." --Interview with Diane Glancy in American Indian Quarterly
Co-sponsored by the American Indian Studies Program.