By Matt Gabrielson

Arizona Daily Wildcat

Poet Diane Glancy will read from her work tonight at the UA.

Glancy, an audible voice in the forum of contemporay American literature is of German, English and Cherokee descent. She has published five books of poetry, two collections of short stories and non-fiction dramas based on her life. She also received playwriting awards from the Borderlands Theatre of Tucson and the Five Civilized Tribes.

In addition to the reading, she will participate in the Poetry Center's 1994 spring lecture series titled, "Form and Tradition: Re-inventing the Poetic Landscape." Her lecture will be called, "Voices in the Wind: How Landscape Influences the Thought Process." She recieved her M.F.A from the University of Iowa, and she now teaches at Macalester College in St. Paul, Minnesota.

Diane Glancy's reading is at 8 p.m. in the Modern Languages Auditorium. Her lecture, sponsered by the Arizona Humanities Council, will be in the Swede-Johnson Building, room 205, on Thursday at 11 a.m.. Read Next Article