Event Title

Panel: Diving into the Wreck

Presenter Information

Ed Bok Lee
Cheryl Strayed
Nick Flynn

Start Date

21-3-2013 12:00 PM

End Date

21-3-2013 1:00 PM

Description

In this recording from the Thursday, March 21st, 2013 noon panel: “Diving Into the Wreck,” during the 44th Annual UND Writers Conference, “A Portrait of an Artist,” Nick Flynn, Cheryl Strayed, and Ed Bok Lee answer questions regarding their fiction. Steven Morrison opens the panel with an excerpt from Adrienne Rich's poem, “Diving Into the Wreck,” and asks if the words describe the authors' work. Topics for discussion include: the importance of physical locations in their work, how location promotes change in character, conflicts between writing memoirs and getting at objective truths, tools that help with difficult writing, revisions, and about qualifiers in nonfiction.

Panel moderated by Steven R. Morrison.

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Panel: Diving into the Wreck

In this recording from the Thursday, March 21st, 2013 noon panel: “Diving Into the Wreck,” during the 44th Annual UND Writers Conference, “A Portrait of an Artist,” Nick Flynn, Cheryl Strayed, and Ed Bok Lee answer questions regarding their fiction. Steven Morrison opens the panel with an excerpt from Adrienne Rich's poem, “Diving Into the Wreck,” and asks if the words describe the authors' work. Topics for discussion include: the importance of physical locations in their work, how location promotes change in character, conflicts between writing memoirs and getting at objective truths, tools that help with difficult writing, revisions, and about qualifiers in nonfiction.

Panel moderated by Steven R. Morrison.