At a glance:
- Author: Diane Glancy
- First Published: 1999
- Genres: Poetry, Lyric poetry
- Subjects: Spiritual life or spirituality, Native Americans or American Indians, Christianity
- Locales: United States, North America
Helen Diane Hall was born in Kansas City, Missouri, to a mother of English-German descent and a father of Cherokee heritage. She married Dwane Glancy in 1964, the same year she received her B.A. from the University of Missouri. The couple had two children, David (b. 1964) and Jennifer (b. 1967), but the marriage was unhappy and ended in divorce in 1983. Glancy completed an M.F.A. from the prestigious creative writing program at the University of Iowa in 1988. In 1992, she became a professor at Macalaster College in St. Paul, Minnesota. Glancy’s creative output is...
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