Event Title

Panel

Location

UND Memorial Ballroom

Start Date

19-3-1992 12:00 PM

End Date

19-3-1992 1:00 PM

Description

This audiovisual recording from March 19, 1992 as part of the 23rd annual UND Writing Conference: “A Festival of Publishers and Writers” features Diane Glancy, Jim Perlman, Ted Kooser, and William Kloefkorn forming the noon panel. The panelists discuss their notions of “middle plains,” their experience writing, editing, and publishing, the role of independent presses on regional publication, the benefits of small presses in terms of format and ensuring the future of books, pursuing a career in publishing and editing, the capabilities of poetry, and Midwest poets and the defining characteristics of Midwestern literature. During the panel, Kloefkorn reads the poems “Truth” by James Hearst and “Poet in Residence at a Country School” by Don Welch.

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Panel

UND Memorial Ballroom

This audiovisual recording from March 19, 1992 as part of the 23rd annual UND Writing Conference: “A Festival of Publishers and Writers” features Diane Glancy, Jim Perlman, Ted Kooser, and William Kloefkorn forming the noon panel. The panelists discuss their notions of “middle plains,” their experience writing, editing, and publishing, the role of independent presses on regional publication, the benefits of small presses in terms of format and ensuring the future of books, pursuing a career in publishing and editing, the capabilities of poetry, and Midwest poets and the defining characteristics of Midwestern literature. During the panel, Kloefkorn reads the poems “Truth” by James Hearst and “Poet in Residence at a Country School” by Don Welch.