[Jane Arnold interviews poet and novelist F. Richard Thomas].

Poet and novelist F. Richard Thomas, Michigan State Univesity professor of American Thought and Language, talks about the literary forms he uses, how teaching affects his writing, his books "Frog praises night : poems with commentary" and "Prism : the journal of John Fish", and how living in Michiga...

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Corporate Author: Vincent Voice Library
Other Authors: Thomas, F. Richard (Interviewee)
Arnold, Jane (Emma Jane) (Interviewer)
Language:English
Published: [2000]
Series:Michigan writers series.
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Physical Description:1 online resource (1 audio file (17 min., 19 sec)).
Format: Electronic Software Audio
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Poet and novelist F. Richard Thomas, Michigan State Univesity professor of American Thought and Language, talks about the literary forms he uses, how teaching affects his writing, his books "Frog praises night : poems with commentary" and "Prism : the journal of John Fish", and how living in Michigan has influenced his writing. Thomas is interviewed by MSU librarian Jane Arnold for the Michigan State University Libraries' Michigan Writers Series.
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Call Number:Voice 15240
Playing Time:00:17:19
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Interviewed at the Michigan State University Libraries and recorded by the Vincent Voice Library on Feb. 11, 2000.