Lecturer: Diane Thiel
Click on the links below to view the lectures.
|Choose "Reading" to hear Diane Thiel give an interpretative reading of Elizabeth Bishop's poem "One Art."||Choose "Interpreting" to gain insights into the structure, form, and images in "One Art."||Choose "Writing" to hear suggestions for writing about "One Art."|
About the Lecturer:
Diane Thiel is the author of four books of poetry and nonfiction: Echolocations (Nicholas Roerich Prize, 2000), Writing Your Rhythm (2001),The White Horse: A Colombian Journey (2004), and Resistance Fantasies (2004). She also has written two new textbooks which recently appeared from Longman: Crossroads: Creative Writing Exercises in Four Genres (2005) and Open Roads: Exercises in Writing Poetry (2005). Her work appears in numerous publications including Poetry, The Hudson Review, and Best American Poetry 1999, and is re-printed in over twenty major anthologies from Longman, Bedford/St. Martin's, HarperCollins, Beacon, Henry Holt, and McGraw-Hill, including Twentieth Century American Poetry. A recipient of the Robert Frost and Robinson Jeffers Awards, and a recent Fulbright Scholar, she is on the creative writing faculty at the University of New Mexico. For more information, visit her web page: http://www.dianethiel.net.