Missouri County: Macon
Genre: Nonfiction, Poetry, Autobiography/Biography, Translation (from German, French), Literary criticism
POETRY: Paris, University of Illinois Press, 1997; The Sawdust War, University of Illinois Press, 1992; La Plata Cantata, Purdue University Press, 1989; A Season of Loss, Purdue University Press, 1985; The American Book of the Dead, University of Illinois Press, 1982; The Fish on Poteau Mountain, Cedar Creek Press, 1980; This Crazy Land, Inland Boat Series, Porch Press, 1980; Summons and Sign: Poems by Dagmar Nick, translated from the German, Chariton Review Press, 1980;Numbered Days: Poems by Dagmar Nick, translated from the German, New Odyssey Press, 1988
CRITICISM: Fiction of Malcolm Lowry and Thomas Mann: Structural Tradition, The Thomas Jefferson University Press, 1990
AUTOBIOGRAPHY: On Native Ground, The University of Oklahoma Press, 1997.
Have any works been translated into other languages? Yes, French, Italian, German, and Slavic
Awards: Translation Prize from The Translation Center at Columbia University for Summons and Sign, 1980; Pushcart Prize for Poetry, 1980; St. Louis Poetry Center's Stanley Hanks Memorial Award, 1989; Writer-in-Residence, University of Maryland Far East Division, 1992; Oklahoma Book Award for The Sawdust War, 1993; Poet-in-Residence for Paris Writers Workshop, 1994; Munich Translator-in-Residence at Villa Walberta (Germany), 1995; American Book Award for On Native Ground: Memoirs and Impressions, 1998.
Fee for speaking: Yes
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