Poet Deanne Lundin
February 7, 2003
- Interview with Michael Rodriguez
- Program Introduction by Peter Berg
- Selected Readings
- Audience Questions
Lundin is the author of a poetry collection, The Ginseng Hunter's Notebook (New Issues Press, 1999). Her work has also appeared in Painted Bride Quarterly, The Kenyon Review, Prairie Schooner, and other literary journals. While a Lecturer at University of Michigan, she developed an instructional Web site using the poetry archives at the Bentley Historical Library as an introduction to research in Special Collections.
Ms. Lundin recently completed an M.F.A. at the University of Michigan. Works in progress include a novella memoir about Florida and a dissertation (UCLA) on American women poets and mystical discourse. She is a winner of a 1997 Hopwood Award, and has also served as a judge for the Hopwood Awards.