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Diane Glancy

Poetry, Essays

Interviewed by: Angela Elam

Catalog Number: 20061124, 20060322

A writer whose Cherokee heritage has deeply influenced her work, Diane Glancy uses traditional storytelling techniques to incorporate the voices of past generations. She talks about Stone Heart: A Novel of Sacajawea and reads from her 2005 books, In-between Places, a collection of essays, and Rooms, a collection of poetry, that includes many personal family poems. 

| Subject Matter: Cherokee Heritage, Past Generations, Family | Interview Year: 2005 | Genre: Poetry, Essays |

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