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Diane Glancy

Grand Forks, ND

CURRICULUM VITAE

Name: Diane Glancy

E-mail and website:
glancy@macalester.edu
www.dianeglancy.org

Degrees:

M.F.A. University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa, 1988

M.A. English, University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, Oklahoma, 1983

B.A. English Literature, University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri, 1964

Affiliation:

Visiting Richard Thomas Professor of Creative Writing, Kenyon College, 2008-2009

Professor of English, Macalester College, 2001-2009

Associate Professor of English, Macalester College, 1995-2001

Assistant Professor of English, Macalester College, 1989-1995

Visiting Lecturer, English Department, Macalester College, 1988-89

Edlestein-Keller Minnesota Writer of Distinction, University of Minnesota, 1998 Spring Quarter

Artist-in-Residence, State Arts Council of Oklahoma, 1980-1986

Courses taught at Macalester College:

Native American Literature (ENG 377)

The Crafts of Writing: Poetry (ENG 280)

The Crafts of Writing: Fiction (ENG 281)

The Crafts of Writing: Nonfiction (ENG 282)

Scriptwriting (ENG 283)

Advanced Writing Workshop (ENG 405)

Senior Seminar (ENG 408)

Independent Projects (ENG 614)

Internships (ENG 624)

Preceptorships (ENG 634)

Honor's Projects

Writing as Visual / Oral (Landscape) Meshing (ENG INTERIM)

Other courses:

The Essay as Literature and Common Ground, Writing Across the Genres, Kenyon College,

Spring Semesters, 2008-09

Creative Nonfiction, The Loft, Minneapolis, 2006

Fiction Writing, Bethel University, St. Paul, Minnesota, Fall 2004

Native American Literature and The Writing of Fiction, New Mexico Campus of the M.A. Program, Bread Loaf School of English, Middlebury, Vermont, July 23-August 5, 1999

Topics in Advanced Poetry (ENGW 5120), University of Minnesota, 1998 Spring Quarter

Creative Nonfiction, Native American Inroads Mentor, The Loft, Minneapolis, 1997

BOOKS:

Novels:

The Reason for Crows, A Novel of Kateri Tekakwitha, SUNY Press, Albany, New York, 2009

Pushing the Bear: After the Trail of Tears, University of Okalahoma Press, Norman, 2009

Stone Heart: A Novel of Sacajawea, Overlook Press, New York, 2003

Designs of the Night Sky, Native Storiers, an American Narratives Series, University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln, Nebraska, 2002

The Mask Maker, American Indian Literature and Critical Studies Series #42, University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, Oklahoma, 2002

The Man Who Heard the Land, Minnesota Historical Society Press, St. Paul, Minnesota, 2001

Flutie, Moyer Bell, Kingston, Rhode Island, 1998

Pushing the Bear: A Novel of the 1838-39 Cherokee Trail of Tears, Harcourt Brace, New York, 1996, Harvest Paperback, 1998, Recorded Books, New York, 1999

The Only Piece of Furniture in the House, Moyer Bell, Kingston, Rhode Island, 1996

Novels in Progress:

No Word for the Sea

The Uprising of Goats

One of Us

Short Story Collections:

The Dance Partner, Stories of the Ghost Dance, Michigan State University Press, East Lansing, Michigan, 2005

The Voice That Was in Travel, American Indian Literature and Critical Studies Series #33,

University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, Oklahoma, 1999

Monkey Secret, Northwestern University Press, Tri-Quarterly Books, Evanston, Illinois, 1995

Firesticks, American Indian Literature and Critical Studies Series #5, University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, Oklahoma, 1993

Trigger Dance, Fiction Collective Two, Florida State University, Talahassee, Florida, and the University of Alabama Press, 1990

Short Story Collection in Progress:

The Only Oar You Have

4 by Water

Essays:

In-between Places, University of Arizona Press, Tucson, Arizona, 2005

The Cold-and-Hunger Dance, University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln, Nebraska, 1998

The West Pole, University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1997

Claiming Breath, University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln, Nebraska, 1992

Essay Collection in Progress:

The Dream of a Broken Field

Poetry Collections:

Asylum in the Grasslands, University of Arizona Press, 2007

Rooms, New and Selected Poems, Salt Publishing, EarthWorks Series, Cambridge, England, 2005

Primer of the Obsolete, University of Massachusetts Press, Amherst, Massachusetts, 2004

The Shadow’s Horse, University of Arizona Press, Tucson, Arizona, 2003

The Stones for a Pillow, National Federation of State Poetry Societies, Rochester, Michigan, 2001

The Relief of America, Tia Chucha Books, Chicago, Illinois, 2000

Coyote's Quodlibet (chapbook), Chax Press, Tucson, Arizona, 2000, 1995

(Ado)ration, Chax Press, Tucson, Arizona, 1999

Boom Town, Minnesota Humanities Commission, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1997

Lone Dog's Winter Count, West End Press, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 1991

Iron Woman, New Rivers Press, Minneapolis, 1990

Offering, Holy Cow! Press, Duluth, Minnesota, 1988

One Age in a Dream, Milkweed Editions, Minneapolis, 1986

Brown Wolf Leaves the Res (chapbook), Blue Cloud Quarterly, North Dakota, 1984

Poetry Collections in Progress:

Stories of the Driven World

One Call Away

The Florida Club: the Fort Marion Prisoners

Necessary Departures

Drama:

American Gypsy, a collection of six plays, American Indian Literature and Critical Studies Series #45, University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, Oklahoma, 2002

War Cries, a collection of nine plays, Holy Cow! Press, Duluth, Minnesota, 1996

"The Sum of Winter, an electronic collection of short plays

Edited Anthologies:

Visit Teepee Town: Native Writings after the Detours, edited by Diane Glancy and Mark Nowak, Coffee House Press, Minneapolis, 1999

Two Worlds Walking, edited by Diane Glancy and Bill Truesdale, New Rivers Press, Minneapolis, 1994

Braided Lives, An Anthology of Multiculturual American Writing, edited Diane Glancy, David Mura, Juanita Garciagodoy and Musa Moore-Foster, Minnesota Humanities Commission, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1991

Screenplays:

The Dome of Heaven

Short Films

Ride Between the Worlds, www.dianeglancy.org

On the Shore of Their Country, www.dianeglancy.org

Play Productions and Stagings:

Four by Glancy, “Girl in the Green Dress,” “I Will Send My Choice Leopards,” “Stone Heart,” “The Reason for Crows,” Spectral Sisters Theater Company, Alexandria, Louisiana, August 13-18, 2008

“Salvage,” Origins Festival, London, England, May 9-16

“Salvage,” Native Voices at the Autry, Autry National Center of Western Heritage, Los Angeles, California, October 31-November 23, 2008

“Salvage,” Native American Festival Reading, Public Theater, New York City, December 6, 2008

“Stone Heart: Everybody Loves a Journey West,” Native Voices at the Autry, Autry National Center of Western Heritage, Los Angeles, California, February 17 – March 13, 2006, Smithsonian Museum of the American Indian, Alexander Hamilton U.S. Custom House, New York City, April 6-7, 2006, Smithsonian Museum of the American Indian, The Mall, Washington, D.C., April 9-11, 2006

"Jump Kiss," Native Voices at the Autry, Autry National Center of Western Heritage, Los Angeles, California, June 5-23, 2002

"Mother of Mosquitos," University of Minnesota, Duluth, March 29, 2000

"Lesser Wars," Abrons Art Center, Henry Street Settlement, Voice and Visions Theatre Company and Red Road Productions, New York City, November 18-21, 1999

"The Best Fancy Dancer the Pushmataha Pow Wow's Ever Seen," Geneva College Theatre, Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, April 22-24, April 29-May 1, 1999

"Jump Kiss," Raw Space, Sage Theater, New York, New York, January 22 and 23, 1999

"The Woman Who Was a Red Deer Dressed for the Deer Dance" and "The Women Who Loved House Trailers," Raw Space, Sage Theater Company, New York, December 27 and 30, 1998, January 2, 3 and 4, 1999

"The Women Who Loved House Trailers," Connelly Theater, Voice and Visions Theatre Company, New York City, February 16, 1998, and The Loft, Minneapolis, October 25, 1996

"The Woman Who Was a Red Deer Dressed for the Deer Dance," New Dramatists, Mutt Rep Theater, New York City, September 14, 1995, The Walker Art Gallery, November 11, 1995, and American Indian Community House, New York City, December 7, 1995

"Stick Horse," Borderlands Theater Play Festival Award, Tucson, Arizona, 1990, and the Aspen Summer Theater Award, Aspen, Colorado, 1988

"The Lesser Wars," Playwrights' Center, Minneapolis, 1989

"Segwohi," Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1987

"Testimony," Heller Theater, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1987

"Weebjob," American Indian Theater Company, Tulsa, 1987

AWARDS, GRANTS AND FELLOWSHIPS:

Willliam Rockhill Nelson Poetry Award, The Writer’s Place and The Kansas City Star, 2008

MAP (Multi-Arts Production) Grant, Creative Capital Foundation and the Rockefeller Foundation, for development and production of “Salvage,” at the Autry National Center, 2007

Distinguished Alumni Award, University of Central Oklahoma, 2006

Envision 2005 Retreat, Voice & Vision Theatre, Bard College

National Endowment for the Arts, 2003, 1990

Juniper Prize, University of Massachusetts Press, 2003

Arts and Science Distinguished Alumni Award, University of Missouri, 2003

Jerome Travel Grant, 2003, 1995, 1990

Oklahoma Book Award, 2003

Wallace Faculty Travel Grant, Macalester College, 2002, 2001, 1999, 1993

Works-in-Progress Fellowship, Red Eye Theatre, Minneapolis, 2001

Pablo Neruda Prize for Poetry, Nimrod Journal, University of Tulsa, 2001

Cherokee Medal of Honor, Cherokee Honor Society, Tahlequah, Oklahoma, 2001

Stevens Poetry Prize, National Federation of State Poetry Societies, 2001

Thomas Jefferson Teaching / Scholarship Award, Macalester College, 2001

Many Voices Playwriting Fellowship, Playwrights' Center, Minneapolis, 2001, 1995

McKnight Artist Fellowship, Loft Award of Distinction for Creative Prose, 1999

Sundance Screenwriting Fellowship, U.C.L.A., 1998

Wordcraft Circle of Native Writers, Prose - Playwriting Award, 1997

Minnesota Humanities Commission Grant, 1997

Career Initiative Grant, 1996, The Loft, Minneapolis

Lannan Fellow, Provincetown Art Center Residency, Provincetown, Massachusetts, 1995

Five Civilized Tribes Playwriting Laureate Prize, 1994-1996, 1988-1990, 1984-1986

Blandin Private College Foundation Grants, 1994, 1991, 1990

American Book Award, The Before Columbus Foundation, 1993

Emily Dickinson Poetry Prize, Poetry Society of America, 1993

Minnesota Book Award 1992

Native American Prose Award, University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln,1991

Minnesota State Arts Board Fellowship, 1990

Diverse Visions Grant, Intermedia Arts Minnesota, 1990

National Endowment for the Humanities, Summer Institute Newberry Library, Chicago, 1990

Creative NonFiction Fellowship, The Loft, Minneapolis, 1990

Charles Nilon Minority Fiction Award, University of Colorado, Boulder, 1990

Jones Commission Grant for Play Development, Playwrights Center, Minneapolis, 1989

Capricorn Prize for Poetry, Writer’s Voice, New York, 1988

Frances C. Allen Fellowship, D'Arcy McNickle Center for the History of the American Indian, Newberry Library, Chicago, 1988

Edwin Piper Fellowship, University of Iowa, 1988

Equal Opportunity Fellowship, University of Iowa, 1987-88

Oklahoma Theater Award, 1987

Lakes and Prairies Prize, Milkweed Editions, 1986

Tulsa Arts and Humanities Council Grant, 1983

Work Included in Anthologies:

“Designs of the Night Sky,” NATIVE STORIERS, Five Selections edited by Gerald Vizenor,

University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln, Nebraska, 2009, pages 165-195

“Minimal Indian,” “Stamp Dance,” “An American Proverb,” three stories, RECKONINGS, Contemporary Short Fiction by Native American Women, edited by Hertha D. Sweet Wong, Lauren Stuart Muller and Jana Sequoya Magdaleno, Oxford University Press, 2008, pages 45-60

“The Rest,” POETS BOOKSHELF II, Contemporary Poets on Books that Shaped Their Art. Edited by Peter David and Tom Koontz, The Barnwood Press, Seattle, Washington, 2008, pages 127-128

“Upon the Floods,” essay, POETS ON THE PSALMS, edited by Lynn Domina, Trinity University Press, San Antonio, Texas, 2008, pages 122-130

“Designs of the Night Sky,” novel excerpt, DES NOUVELLES DES INDIENS D’AMERIQUE DU NORD, Selectionnees et presentees par Gerald Vizenor, Edite sous la direction d’Olivier Delavault, Traduit de l’anglais par Dominique Letellier, Suites, Editions Metailie, Paris, 2008, pages 181-205

“After the Fire of Writing: Revision,” A SYLLABLE OF WATER: Twenty Writers of Faith Reflect on Their Art, edited by Emilie Griffin, Paraclete Press, Brewster, Massachusetts, 2008, pages 199-209

“M(other)”, RIDING SHOTGUN: Women Write About Their Mothers, edited by Kathryn Kysar, Minnesota Historical Society Press, St. Paul, Minnesota, 2008, pages 65-67

“March 21, 2005, The Shootings at Red Lake Reservation, Red Lake, Minnesota,” COUNTY LINES, 87 Minnesota Counties, 130 Minnesota Poets, edited by David Bengston, Charmaine Pappas Donovan, Angela Foster, and John Calvin Rezmerski, 2008, pages 8-12

“The Naked Spot,” SURVIVANCE, Narratives of Native Presence, edited by Gerald Vizenor, University of Nebraska Press, 2008, pages 271-283

“Kemo Sabe,” “Christopher,” WOMEN’S WORK, MODERN WOMEN POETS WRITING I N ENGLISH, edited by Eva Salzman and Amy Wack, Seren, Poetry Wales Press, Bridgend, Wales, 2008, pages 150, 281

“Between the Layers of Water, Barbara Guest,” A BOOK OF REREADINGS TWO, Edited by Greg Kuzma, The Best Cellar Press, Lincoln, Nebraska, 2008, pages 133-139

“Highlight: The Reason for Crows,” essay, and “The Reason for Crows,” a play about Kateri Tekakwitha, a 17th century Mohawk, BAYLOR JOURNAL OF THEATRE AND PERFORMANCE, Nations Speaking: Indigenous Performances Across the Americas

Vol. 4, No.1, Spring 2007, Baylor University, Waco, Texas, pages 95-108

“The Bones of the Sky,” essay, SOVEREIGN BONES,: New Native American Writing, edited by Eric Gansworth, Nation Books, Perseus Book Group, New York, 2007, pages 239-246

“How,” “Pow Wow,” two poems, WHERE ONE VOICE ENDS ANOTHER BEGINS, 150 Years of Minnesota Poetry, Edited by Robert Hedin, Minnesota Historical Society Press, St. Paul, Minnesota, 2007, pages 171-173

“Broken Spells: The Native American Family in Crisis in Literature,” essay, FAMILY REFLECTIONS: THE CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN FAMILY IN THE ARTS, edited by Maurice Lee and Carmen Flys Junquera, Obras Colectivas Humanidades, Universidad de Alcala, Spain, 2007, pages 199-207

“The Storm That Loved a Bike,” LIFE SENTENCES, Short Stories, edited by Anthony B. Pinn and Gregory M. Colleton, Wipf & Stock Publishers, Eugene, Oregon, 2007, pages 129-137

“Sun Dance,” TOUCHSTONE ANTHOLOGY OF CONTEMPORARY CREATIVE NONFICTION, Work from 1970 to the Present, edited by Lex Williford and Michael Martone (Simon & Schuster, 2007), pages 201-208

“No Clomping Straightforward Narrative There Is an Abstraction in Aging Only Abstraction Can Relay,” 75 POEMS ON RETIREMENT, edited by Robin Chapman and Judith Strasser, University of Iowa Press, Iowa City, Iowa, 2007, page 33

“The Outsidership and Refuge of Poetry,” article on my work by Barbara Sorenson, WINDS OF CHANGE: American Indian Education & Opportunity, Vol 22, Number 3, Summer 2007,pages 72-75

“The Alligator King,” story, WRITING THE CROSS CULTURE: Native Fiction on the White Man’s Religion, Edited by James Treat, Fulcrum Publishing, Golden Colorado, 2006, pages 173-176

“Naming,” “Origin Tale,” two poems and commentary that accompany art objects, NATIVE AMERICAN VOICES ON IDENTITY, ART & CULTURE, Objects of Everlasting Esteem, edited by Lucy Fowler Williams, William Wierzbowsky & Robert W. Preucel, University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 2005, pages 11, 13-14, 18, 31, 105, 194

“Migration and Stasis in the Art of Short Fiction (Or, Some Words as Experiment),” WRITERS ON WRITING, The Art of the Short Story, Contributions to the Study of World Literature, edited by Maurice A. Lee, Number 128, Praeger Publishers, Westport, Connecticut, 2005, pages 214-220

“Ethnology Drawer #2, File 145,” CHANCE OF A GHOST, edited by Gloria Vando and Philip Miller, Helicon Nine Editions, Kansas City, Missouri, 2005, page 151

“The Woman Who Was a Red Deer Dressed for the Deer Dance,” KEEPERS OF THE MORNING STAR, an Anthology of Native Women’s Theater, edited by Jaye T. Darby and Stephanie Fitzgerald, University of California Press, Los Angeles, 2003, for pages 186-204

“Hides,” FROM TOTEMS TO HIP-HOP, a Multicultural Anthology of Poetry across the Americas, 1900-2002, edited by Ishmael Reed, Thunder’s Mouth Press, New York City, 2003, page 20

“October / From the Back Screen of the Country,” “September / Peru, Kansas,” A GREAT PLAINS READER, edited by Diane D. Quantic and P. Jane Hafen, University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln, 2003, for pages 241-242 and 337-340

“Back Kettle National Grasslands, Western Oklahoma,” Commentary and Questions, LITERATURE OF THE AMERICAN WEST, edited by Greg Lyons, Longman Publisher, New York, 2003, pages 408-412

“Lamentations,” September 11, 2001, American Writers Respond, edited by William Heyen, Etruscan Press, Silver Springs, Maryland, 2002, pages 145-148

“The Great Spirit’s Wife,” and “The Abandoned Wife,” Sister Nations, edited by Heid Erdrich and Laura Tohe, Minnesota Historical Society Press, St. Paul, Minnesota, 2002, pages 160-161

“Slowly Turning Nature,” The Colors of Nature, Culture, Identity and the Natural World, edited by Alison Deming and Lauret Savoy, Milkweed Editions, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 2002, pages 153-162

Pushing the Bear (excerpt) and "Black Kettle National Grasslands" (poem), Native American Literature, an Anthology, Lawana Trout, NCT/Contemporary Publishing Group, Lincolnwood, IL, 1999, pages 200-213 and 232-235

"Polar Breath" and "Jack Wilson or Wovoka and Christ my Lord," Norton Anthology of American Literature, Fifth Edition, Volume 2, general editor, Nina Baym, W.W. Norton, New York, 1998, pages 2257-2264

"The Truth Teller," Stories of Our Way: An Anthology of American Indian Plays, edited by Hanay Geiogamah and Jaye T. Darby, American Indian Studies Center Press, University of California, Los Angeles, 1998, pages 339-354

"The Woman Who Was a Red Deer Dressed for the Deer Dance," a play, Seventh Generation: An Anthology of Native American Plays, edited by Mimi D'Aponte, Theater Communications Group, Inc., New York, 1998, pages 269-290

"The Sun Dance," an essay, Native American Religious Identity: Unforgotten Gods, edited by Jace Weaver, Orbis, Maryknoll, New York, 1998, pages 117-123

"Kemo Sabe," Identity Lessons: Learning American Style: An Anthology of Contemporary Writing, edited by Maria Mazziotti Gillan and Jennifer Gillan, Penguin Books, New York, 1998

"She-ro-ism," an essay, Women/Writing/Teaching, An Anthology of Women' Voices, edited by Jan Zlotnik Schmidt, SUNY Press, Albany, New York, 1998, pages 55-59

"Lead Horse," excerpt from the story, and artistic statement, Writing America, an anthology of past recipients of the National Endowment for the Arts, edited by Keith Donahue, Washington, D.C., 1997, pages 78-79

Commentary and reprint of "Claiming Breath," title essay from Claiming Breath, Elements of Literature, Third Course, Hot, Rinehart and Winston, New York, 1997, pages 546-549

"Weejob," a play, Great Scenes from Minority Playwrights, edited by Marsh Casady, Meriwether Publishing Ltd., Colorado Springs, Colorado, 1997, pages 59-92

"Alfred Jacob Miller" and "Asylum in the Grasslands," two poems, The Sacred Place, edited by Scott Olsen and Scott Cairns, University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City, 1996, pages 181-183

"The Cold-and-Hunger Dance," an essay, Contemporary Authors Autobiography Series, Volume 24, edited by Shelly Andrew, Gale Research, Detroit, Michigan, 1996, pages 199-215

"The Orchard," a story, Song of the Turtle: American Indian Fiction , edited by Paula Gun Allen, Ballantine Books, New York, 1996, pages 177-180

"Weebjob," a play, Contemporary Plays by Women of Color, edited by Kathy Perkins and Roberta Uno, Routledge, London, 1995, pages 168-190

"Speaking the Corn into Being," an essay, Freeing the First Amendment, Critical Perspectives on Freedom of Expression, edited by Robert Jensen and David Allen, New York University Press, 1995, pages 278-282

"SHEdomism," an essay, Native American Literature, edited by Gerald Vizenor, HarperCollins, New York, 1995, pages 255-257

"A Sense of Continuity and Presence," a story, Aniyun-wiya / Real Human Beings: An Anthology of Contemporary Cherokee Prose, edited by Joseph Bruchac, Greenfield Review Press, Greenfield, New York, 1995, pages 106-115

"December 1," "December 23," "December 26," "December 27," "Astoria Boulevard" and "Claiming Breath," six sections from Claiming Breath, Writing Women's Lives, An Anthology of Autobiographical Narratives by Twentieth Century American Women Writers, edited by Susan Cahill, Harper Perennial, New York, 1994, pages 359-364

Chapter and references from Claiming Breath, What Is Found There, Essays on Poetry and Politics, Adrienne Rich, W. W. Norton, New York, 1994, pages 84, 206, 211-13, 256, 264

"Aunt Parnetta's Electric Blisters," a story, The Norton Book of Science Fiction, edited by Ursula K. Le Guin and Brian Attebery, W. W. Norton, New York, 1994, pages 814-818

"Christopher," a poem, The Pushcart Prize XVIII, Best of the Small Presses 1993-1994, edited by Bill Henderson, Pushcart Press, Wainscott, New York, 1994, page 411

"If I Were To Tell a Story" and "I Hear a Medicine Man," two poems, Callallou, Native American Literatures, The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland, 1994, pages 249-250

"Genealogy" and "Hides," two poems, Returning the Gift: Contemporary Native American Poetry and Prose, Sun Tracks Books, No. 29, University of Arizona Press, Tucson, Arizona, 1994, pages 120-122

"Light Beneath the Skin (or Pronoun 2)," "Theology of Deer," "The Transformation Band," three poems, Odd Angels of Heaven, Contemporary Poetry by People of Faith, edited by David Craig and Janet McCann, Harold Shaw Publishers, Wheaton Illinois, 1994, pages 119-121

"Ledger Book," "Coyote's Vision," "Coyote Stories the Unstoried" and "Homage," four poems, Durable Breath: Contemporary Native American Poetry, edited by John E. Smelcer and D.L. Birchfield, Salmon Run Press, Anchorage, Alaska, 1994, pages 71-74

"Saturday Night Radio," an essay, Inheriting the Land, Contemporary Voices from the Midwest, edited by Mark Vinz and Thom Tammaro, University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, 1993, pages 135-138

"Lead Horse," a story, Earth Song, Sky Spirit, Short Stories of the Contemporary Native American Experience, edited by Clifford Trafzer, Doubleday Publisher, New York, 1993, pages 217-233

2008 Reading and Lecture Schedule:

January 11 Reading, The Writer’s Place, Kansas City, Missouri

January 13 Reading, Claridge House, Prairie Village, Kansas

January 30 - February 3 Poetry Reading, “Indigenous Poets” and Panel, “Climate Change: Writing, Activism and the Environment,” Associated Writing Programs Conference, New York City

February 28-29 Talk on Native Religion, Belmont University, Nashville, Tennessee

March 7-9 Reading, “The Shape of Privacy,” Chrysostom Society, Leaky, Texas

March 14-15 Reading and Two Fiction Workshops, Douglas Anderson School of the Arts, Jacksonville, Florida

March 29 Reading, “The Similitude of Oxen,” Salon Reading Series, St. John’s Episcopal Church, Boulder, Colorado

April 3-5 Featured Speaker, Scissortail Writer’s Conference, Ada, Oklahoma

April 17-20 Reading from ONE OF US, Conversation and Playwriting Workshop, Festival of Faith and Writing, Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michigan

May 17 Kansas City Book Festival and CSPAN interview

June 22-29 Workshop and Presentation of new play, “Salvage,“ Native Voices at the Autry, San Diego State University and the Autry National Center, Los Angeles

July 15 Reading from THE FLORIDA CLUB, The Writer’s Place Reading Series, Johnson County Library, Shawnee Mission, Kansas

October 1 Reading, University of Indianapolis, Indianapolis, Indiana

October 5 Reading from ASYLUM IN THE GRASSLANDS, winner of the William Rockhill Nelson award from The Writer’s Place and the Kansas City Star

October 8-12 Playwriting Workshop and Performance, “4 by Glancy,” Spectral Sisters Theater Company, Alexandria, Louisiana

October 13 Class visit and Cavanaugh Lecture, University of Louisiana at Alexandria

October 16-18 Panel, “Listening to the Land: At the Crossroads,” and Reading, American Studies Association Conference, Albuquerque, New Mexico

October 25 Reading from Kansas City Voices, Central Library, Overland Park, Kansas

October 31-Nov 23 Performances of my play, “Salvage,” Autry National Center, Los Angeles

November 8 Lecture and workshop on Creative Nonfiction, The Writer’s Place, Kansas City, Missouri

November 8 Reading from Kansas City Voices, The Writer’s Place. Kansas City

November 12-16 Panels, “Writing about Early Cultural Contact” and “Contemporary Native Playwriting,” and Playwrights Roundtable and Radio Interview for Native America Calling and Book-signing, Native Festival, Pubic Theater, New York City

2008 Literary Journals and Anthologies:

Reckonings, Contemporary Short Fiction by Native American Women, edited by Hertha D. Sweet Wong, Lauren Stuart Muller and Jana Sequoya Magdaleno

Oxford University Press

Three stories

“Minimal Indian”

“Stamp Dance”

“An American Proverb”

pages 45-60

Cooweescoowee

A Journal of Arts & Letters

Rogers State University

Claremore, Oklahoma

“Malchas,” a short story

pages 48-54

Poets Bookshelf II

Contemporary Poets on Books that Shaped Their Art

Edited by Peter David and Tom Koontz

The Barnwood Press

Seattle, Washington

“The Rest”

pages 127-128

Poets on the Pslams

Edited by Lynn Domina

Trinity University Press

San Antonio, Texas

“Upon the Floods”

pages 122-130

County Lines

87 Minnesota Counties, 130 Minnesota Poets

Edited by David Bengston, Charmaine Pappas Donovan, Angela Foster, and John Calvin Rezmerski

Beltrami County

“March 21, 2005, The Shootings at Red Lake Reservation, Red Lake, Minnesota”

pages 8-12

SURVIVANCE, Narratives of Native Presence

Edited by Gerald Vizenor

University of Nebraska Press

essay

“The Naked Spot”

pages 271-283

Kansas City Voices, a Periodical of Writing and Art

Kansas City, Missouri

a poem

“Passage”

page 34

Many Mountains Moving

Guest Editor

Boulder, Colorado

pages 9-56

DES NOUVELLES DES INDIENS D’AMERIQUE DU NORD

Selectionnees et presentees par Gerald Vizenor

Edite sous la direction d’Olivier Delavault

Traduit de l’anglais par Dominique Letellier

Suites, Editions Metailie

Paris

DESIGNS OF THE NIGHT SKY, novel excerpt

pages 181-205

2008

A SYLLABLE OF WATER

Twenty Writers of Faith Reflect on Their Art

Emilie Griffin, Editor

Paraclete Press

“After the Fire of Writing: Revision”

pages 199-209

2007 Reading and Lecture Schedule

January 12-13 This Vehicle Makes Sudden Stops, 2-part workshop and panel, The Truth, the Whole Truth, and Nothing But, The Art of Making Truth: A Memoir Festival, The Loft, Minneapolis

February 19-23 Student Play Reading, Pushing the Bear, and Talk, NAWPA, Native American Women Playwrights Archives Conference, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio

February 28-March 3 Panel, “Beyond Direct Address & Imperative Mood: A Second-Person Narration in Fiction,” Location in Dislocation: A Fictional Voice in a Nonfictional Character & the Agency of Contradiction in the novel, STONE HEART, AWP Associated Writing Programs Annual Conference, Atlanta, Georgia

March 8-11 Two workshops, Asylum in the Grasslands: Solace in Writing Poetry, and The Dance Partner: Hand in Hand— Writing Creatively in the Native American Way,

Florida First Coast Writers’ Festival, Jacksonville, Florida

March 28-30 Reading, Panel, and Presentation on Playwriting, Giving Voice: A Festival of Writing, John Brown University, Siloam Springs, Arkansas

April 3 Talk and Reading from THE MAN WHO HEARD THE LAND, Avila College, Kansas City, Missouri

April 12-14 Workshop on poetry writing and Reading from ASYLUM IN THE GRASSLANDS, Oklahoma City University, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

May 10-12 Panel of film-making, DOME OF HEAVEN, and Reading from THE DANCE PARTNER, Society for the Study of Midwestern Literature, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan

June 7-11 Poetry Workshop, “What the Stones Say,” and Panel, National Federation of State Poetry Societies, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

June 18 Fiction workshop, Mark Twain Writers Conference, University of Missouri-Kansas City

September 6 Reading, Kenyon College, Gambier, Ohio

September 12 Reading, University of Nebraska at Kearny

September 27 Reading, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Oklahoma

September 29 Reading from ASYLUM IN THE GRASSLANDS, and Workshop on writing poetry, Poetry Society of Missouri, St Louis, Missouri

November 4-6 Panel, “What Is It? The Problem and Promise of the Spiritual Memoir,” Nonfiction Conference, University of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa

November 9-18 Continuing workshop for a new play, “Salvage,” formerly called, “Plymouth Dodge DeSoto,” Native Voices at the Autry, Los Angeles, California

November 16 Interview, World Talk Radio, Sound Authors with Kent Gustafson

December 6 Reading of “Salvage,” Public Theatre, New York City

2007 Literary Journals and Anthologies:

Baylor Journal of Theatre and Performance

Nations Speaking: Indigenous Performances Across the Americas

Vol. 4, No.1, Spring 2007

Baylor University

Waco, Texas

“Highlight: The Reason for Crows,” essay

“The Reason for Crows,” a play about Kateri Tekakwitha, a 17th century Mohawk

Pages 95-108

Sovereign Bones: New Native American Writing, edited by Eric Gansworth,

Nation Books, Perseus Book Group, New York

essay

“The Bones of the Sky”

pages 239-246

Where One Voice Ends Another Begins

150 Years of Minnesota Poetry

Edited by Robert Hedin

Minnesota Historical Society Press

St. Paul, Minnesota

two poems

“How”

“Pow Wow”

pages 171-173

To Topos, Poetry International, Ahani: Indigenous American Poetry, Vol 9, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon

essay

“Expository: Toward an Establishment of Native Theory”

pages 17-19

75 Poems on Retirement

Edited by Robin Chapman and Judith Strasser,

University of Iowa Press

Iowa City, Iowa

poem

“No Clomping Straightforward Narrative

There Is an Abstraction in Aging Only Abstraction Can Relay”

page 33

Yellow Medicine Review: A Journal of Indigenous Art and Thought

Volume 1

Southwest Minnesota State University

Marshall, Minnesota

dramatic narrative

“Ride from Prison on a Painted Horse”

pages 91-122

Cooweescoowee

Rogers State University

Claremore, Oklahoma

short story

“Malchas”

Family Reflections: The Contemporary American Family in the Arts

Maurice Lee and Carmen Flys Junquera, Editors

Obras Colectivas Humanidades

Universidad de Alcala, Spain

essay

“Broken Spells: The Native American Family in Crisis in Literature”

pages 199-207

Global City Review

Number Eighteen

The City College of New York

two poems

“Blue”

“At the Poetry House, Tucson, April 27th”

pages 48-49

LIFE Sentences, Short Stories

Edited by Anthony B. Pinn and Gregory M. Colleton

Wipf & Stock Publishers

Eugene, Oregon

“The Storm That Loved a Bike”

pages 129-137

TOUCHSTONE Anthology of Contemporary Creative Nonfiction

Work from 1970 to the Present

Edited by Lex Williford and Michael Martone

Simon & Schuster

essay

“Sun Dance”

pages 201-208

Connecticut Review

Vol xxx, No. 2

Connecticut State University System

“On St. Augustine Beach”

pages 72-74

Winds of Change: American Indian Education & Opportunity

Vol 22, Number 3, Summer 2007

article on my work: “The Outsidership and Refuge of Poetry,” by Barbara Sorenson

pages 72-75

2006 Lecture and Reading Schedule:

February 17-21 Opening of the play, STONE HEART: EVERYBODY LOVES A JOURNEY WEST, The Autry National Center, Los Angeles, California. The play runs at the Autry February 17- March 12

February 27 A Reading from THE DANCE PARTNER, Stories of the Ghost Dance, Chicago Theological Seminary, Chicago, Illinois

March 8-9 Panel, The Paradox of Religious Language in Literary Writing, Associated Writing Programs, Austin, Texas

March 10-12 Panel and Reading from new work-in-progress, THE UPRISING OF GOATS, and also THE DANCE PARTNER, Annual Meeting of Chrysostom, Leaky, Texas

March 27 Reading of short stories, “Aunt Parnetta’s Electric Blisters” and “The Storm that Loved a Bike,” Fiction Collective 2, University of Florida at Tallahassee

April 1-29 Mentorship, Nonfiction class, The Loft, Minneapolis

April 6-7, Performances, STONE HEART: EVERYBODY LOVES A JOURNEY WEST, Gustav Heye Center, Alexander Hamilton U.S. Custom House, New York City

April 8 Reading from the novel, STONE HEART, University of Tennessee, Knoxville

April 9-11 Performances, STONE HEART: EVERYBODY LOVES A JOURNEY WEST, Smithsonian Museum of the American Indian, The Mall, Washington, D.C.

April 19 Telephone conference with Native American Literature class to discuss THE MAN WHO HEARD THE LAND, Mankato State University, Mankato, Minnesota

April 20 Reading from THE DANCE PARTNER, Heart of the Matter Lecture Series, Borders Bookstore, Richfield, Minnesota

April 28 Reading from THE DANCE PARTNER and THE REASON FOR CROWS, The Loft, Minneapolis

May 13 Talk on Writing Process, Topeka Library, Topeka, Kansas

May 18-21 Facilitator, New England Young Writers Conference, Breadloaf Campus, Middlebury, Vermont

May 27-June 4 Native Voices at the Autry Playwrights Retreat to work on new play, PLYMOUTH DODGE DESOTO, Autry National Center, Los Angeles

June 8-11 Reading, Annual Conference, National Federation of Poetry Societies, San Antonio, Texas

June 14 Reading from new novel-in-progress, THE REASON FOR CROWS, Mark Twain Literary Conference, University of Missouri at Kansas City

September 20-24 STONE HEART, “The Telling of Our Stories,” Talk on the research / writing of my novel about Sacajawea, Currents of Change, Lewis & Clark Symposium, St. Louis, Missouri

September 26 Reading from a short story, “The Storm That Loved a Bike,” Kansas City Women Writers Series, University of Missouri at Kansas City

September 30 Panel, “Talking Formic,” Missouri State Poetry Society, Lebanon, Missouri

October 9 Performance of my play, STONE HEART: EVERYBODY LOVES A JOURNEY WEST, and After-talk, Grand Masonic Lodge, San Francisco, California

October 11 Reading from THE DANCE PARTNER, The Art of the Spirit Writers Conference, DuPage College, Glen Ellyn, Illinois

October 17 Reading from new poetry manuscript, FIEDLNOTES, Johnson County Library, Overland Park, Kansas

October 29 – November 6 Native Voices at the Autry for development of new play, PLYMOUTH DODGE DESOTO, re-titled, SALVAGE, Autry National Center, Los Angeles

November 3-5 Reading and Talk, Distinguished Alumni Award Ceremony, University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, Oklahoma

November 15 Talk and Reading from new poetry book, ASYLUM IN THE GRASSLANDS, Pen Women, Kansas City, Missouri

2006 Literary Journals and Anthologies:

WRITING THE CROSS CULTURE: Native Fiction on the White Man’s Religion, Edited by James Treat, Fulcrum Publishing, Golden Colorado, 2006

“The Alligator King,” pages 173-176

POETRY NZ, 32

Auckland, New Zealand

Two poems:

”I Ask about Seal Hunting”

“Wyandotte County”

pages 44-45

STEAM TICKET

Volume 9

University of Wisconsin-La Crosse

One poem:

“The Capitalistic NoteBooks”

page 25

XCP, CROSS CULTURAL POETICS, No. Fifteen / No. Sixteen

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Short Essay

Ou’Wash

page 249

I-70 REVIEW

Volume 3, Number 1

Lawrence, Kansas

Two poems:

“Histronics”

“Weaponry”

pages 56-59

IMAGE, a Journal of Art, Faith, Mystery

Fall 2006, Number 51

Seattle Pacific University

Seattle, Washington

Short Story

“The Man Who Said Yellow”

pages 7-13

2005 Reading and Lecture Schedule:

February 24-27 Honor’s Class visit, Writing Workshop for graduate students, and Reading, STONE HEART: A NOVEL OF SACAJAWEA, Grand Reading Room, The Library, Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, Kentucky. Also a reading of STONE HEART at the Joseph Beth Book Store, Lexington, Kentucky

March 1 Class visit to talk about my play, “Weebjob,” Feminist Theatre, Macalester College

March 9 Reading and Talk, PUSHING THE BEAR, a Novel of the 1938-39 Cherokee Trail of Tears, Hamline University Great Stories adult scholars literature class held at Hennepin Avenue United Methodist Church, Minneapolis

March 12 Reading from “The Coat,” a work-in-progress, and “Transmotion” from IN-BETWEEN PLACES, the Chrysostom Annual Meeting, Kerrville, Texas

March 30-April 3 Panel, Crossing Borders, Associated Writing Programs Annual Conference, Vancouver, B.C.

April 6 Reading, PRIMER OF THE OBSOLETE, Poetry Project, St. Mark’s Church, New York City

April 7-10 Panel and Reading from unpublished novel, NO WORD FOR THE SEA, Art and Soul Conference, Baylor University, Waco, Texas

April 12 Class visits, STONE HEART, Cretin Duram School, St. Paul, Minnesota

May 12-15 Facilitator, Poetry Writing, and Reading from ROOMS, NEW AND SELECTED POEMS, New England Young Writers’ Conference, Middlebury College, Middlebury, Vermont

May 28 - June 5 STONE HEART, playwriting workshop, Native Voices at the Autry, Los Angeles, California

June 16-19 Reading, ROOMS, NEW AND SELECTED POEMS, National Federation of State Poetry Societies Annual Conference, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

June 21 Reading, ROOMS NEW AND SELECTED POEMS, Johnson County Library, Overland Park, Kansas

June 23-26 Reading, ROOMS NEW AND SELECTED POEMS, a reading and talk from STONE HEART, a Novel of Sacajawea, on the Lewis & Clark Panel, and a talk on Native American Poetry on another Panel, High Plains BookFest, Billings, Montana

June 26-27 AAUW Washington D.C., signed copies of STONE HEART, a Novel of Sacajawea

June 10 Radio Interview, New Letters on the Air, University of Missouri at Kansas City

July 17-31 Envision Playwriting Retreat, Voice and Vision Theater, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York

August 31 Reading, STONE HEART, Changed Lives: Lewis & Clark Meet the West, Missouri Humanities Council, Missouri River Regional Library, Jefferson City, Missouri

September 9-18 Residency, Northern Kentucky University, Highland Heights, Kentucky

September 10 Radio Interview, WAIF / FM Cincinnati

September 12 Class visit, Environmental Feminism

September 13 Reading by the Women’s Theatre Initiative, Selections from THE SUM

OF WINTER, a new collection of short plays

September 14 Public Lecture, PUSHING THE BEAR, Responsible Life & Writing

September 15-17 Theater Production, STONE HEART: EVERYBODY LOVES A

JOURNEY WEST

September 17 Public Lecture, Freedom Center, Cincinnati, Ohio

September 18 Student performance of poems from ROOMS, New and Selected Poems

September 18-24 Residency, Miami at Oxford, Ohio

September 19 Class visit, Hamilton campus, American Women Writers, talk and reading

from various of my books

September 20 Class visit, Middletown campus, talk on writing and reading

September 20 Reading of my plays from a new collection, SUM OF WINTER, graduate

theatre students

September 21 Talk to Special Collections Librarians, King Library

September 21 Reading and Talk for Graduate Creative Writing Students, English

Department

September 22 Class visits and lectures, “Modern American Theatre” and “Cultural,

Ethnic and Gender Issues in Dramatic Literature”

September 22 Power of the Word Lecture, “If I Told a Story, How American Indian

Literature Fits in the Mainstream of American Literature,” Center for American

and World Cultures

September 22 Performance of STONE HEART

October 18 Reading, STONE HEART, McPherson College, McPherson, Kansas

October 21-22 Featured Speaker and two workshops, “Writing, Faith and Biblical Characters,” The Ministry of Writing, Annual Colloquium, Earlham School of Religion, Richmond, Indiana

October 27 Reading, stories from THE VOICE THAT WAS IN TRAVEL, Marshall Festival, Southwest Minnesota State University, Marshall, Minnesota

October 28 Reading and Panel, Red Dirt Book Fest, Shawnee, Oklahoma

November 9-21 STONE HEART: EVERYBODY LOVES A JOURNEY WEST, workshop for performance of play that opens February 17 – March 3, 2006 at the Autry National Center, Los Angeles, California, with preliminary presentation, November 20

2005 Literary Journals and Anthologies:

Washington Square, winter 2005, Issue 15, New York University

Four poems:

“Voices from the driven world (1)”

“Ethnology Drawer #2, File 145”

“The Pillion”

“They wouldn’t stay dead”

Pages 43-46

Colere, A Journal of Cultural Exploration, Issue 5, Coe College, Cedar Rapids, Iowa

“Waxed Cylinder,” poem, page 23

Fabric Architecture Magazine, May/June 2005 issue, Bruce Wright, Editor, Minneapolis, Minnesota, for “The Modular Series, 3 Units,” a poem written for the Ralph Rapson 90th Birthday Celebration, page 68

The Christian Century, Women’s Work, A New Era of Feminist Theology, Chicago, Illinois, “The Volcano Series: Pumice,” poem, page 32

Spare Mule, Missouri State Poetry Society Newsletter, Vol 7, No.4, October 2005

“Suite for Snow Plow,” page 2

Margie, the American Journal of Poetry, Volume Four, “The farther north I traveled the colder it got,” page 131

Witness, Volume XIV, “Red Lake,” story, pages 73-75

Poetry East, Origins, Poets on the Composition Process, # 55, “Three Deer,” pages 106-107

“Naming” and “Origin Tale” two poems that accompany art objects, NATIVE AMERICAN VOICES ON IDENTITY, ART & CULTURE, Objects of Everlasting Esteem, edited by Lucy Fowler Williams, William Wierzbowsky & Robert W. Preucel, University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, also commentary on pages 11, 13-14, 18, 31, 105, 194

“Migration and Stasis in the Art of Short Fiction (Or, Some Words as Experiment)”

WRITERS ON WRITING, The Art of the Short Story, edited by Maurice A. Lee, Contributions to the Study of World Literature, Number 128, Praeger Publishers, Westport, Connecticut, pages 214-220

CHANCE OF A GHOST, edited by Gloria Vando and Philip Miller, Helicon Nine Editions, Kansas City, Missouri, for “Ethnology Drawer #2, File 145,” page 151

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