Title: Diane Glancy Papers
ID: OGLMC 1538
Extent: 2.5 Linear Feet
1941-; Influential author of Cherokee and German descent
Diane Glancy, an author of Cherokee and German descent, was born in Kansas City, Missouri, in 1941. She has held the Richard L. Thomas Chair in Creative Writing at Kenyon College. Glancy also taught creative writing for nearly two decades at Macalester College. She also held the title of artist in residence for the State Arts Council of Oklahoma for nearly ten years. Glancy has taught at the Bread Loaf School of English M.A. program on the campus of the Native American Preparatory School in Rowe, New Mexico; at the University of Minnesota as the Edlestein-Keller Minnesota Writer of Distinction; and at The Loft in Minneapolis, where she was the Native American Inroads Mentor. She holds a bachelor's degree from the University of Missouri, a master's degree from the University of Central Oklahoma, and a Master of Fine Arts from the University of Iowa Writers Workshop. She is also a past participant of the UND Writers Conference.
Restrictions: Open for inspection under the rules and regulations of the Elwyn B. Robinson Department of Special Collections.
Acquisition Note: Source: Diane Glancy.
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Preferred Citation: (Description of Item) Diane Glancy Papers. OGLMC 1538. Box #, Folder #. Elwyn B. Robinson Department of Special Collections. Chester Fritz Library. University of North Dakota.
Finding Aid Revisions: Finding aid migrated to Archon in February 2014.
Collection Material Type: Personal Papers
Other Note: Two record boxes of partially processed materials also located at F-8-9 (December 2015)