Event Title

Panel: Remembrance of Things Past

Start Date

20-3-2013 12:00 PM

End Date

20-3-2013 1:00 PM

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In this recording from the Wednesday, March 20th, 2013 noon panel: “Remembrance of Things Past,” during the 44th Annual UND Writers Conference, “A Portrait of an Artist,” Richard Bausch, Dorothy Allison, and Mary Jo Bang answer questions regarding their fiction. Adam Kitzes asks the writers to discuss how they choose subjects to write about and whether authors should write only about personal experiences. Richard Bausch reads the poem “Cremation,” by Robinson Jeffers. Topics for discussion include: Writers block, avoid Writers block,the importance of reading, the limitations of censorship, and how reading their own stories has changed with time. The panel ends with Mary Jo Bang reading, “Beneath the Din,” from Elegy.

Panel moderated by Adam Kitzes.

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Panel: Remembrance of Things Past

In this recording from the Wednesday, March 20th, 2013 noon panel: “Remembrance of Things Past,” during the 44th Annual UND Writers Conference, “A Portrait of an Artist,” Richard Bausch, Dorothy Allison, and Mary Jo Bang answer questions regarding their fiction. Adam Kitzes asks the writers to discuss how they choose subjects to write about and whether authors should write only about personal experiences. Richard Bausch reads the poem “Cremation,” by Robinson Jeffers. Topics for discussion include: Writers block, avoid Writers block,the importance of reading, the limitations of censorship, and how reading their own stories has changed with time. The panel ends with Mary Jo Bang reading, “Beneath the Din,” from Elegy.

Panel moderated by Adam Kitzes.