Table of contents for Words of a prairie alchemist : the art of prairie literature / Denise Low.


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I-WRITING FROM THE GRASSLANDS
American India Geography and Literature: Considerations for Writers, I
Another Kind of Author: Carrie Adel (Strittmatter) Dotson, 1885-1980, 7
Paris and a Writ ng Tradition of the Plains, 15
Colonization in American Poetry, 19
Harley Elliott: and Language Poet, 27
II-THE ART      F MAKING POETRY
Introdution to he Art of Poetry: Some Paradoxes, 33
Performance of elf" in Lyric Poetry: Lessons from Sappho
and Rober Dana, 40
On Writing Son ets: Love Poems from Osage Beach, 50
Ill-SPEAKIN     THE LANGUAGE OF PLACE
Impa6t of Place in Poetry Interview, by T.F. Pferrle, 61
Cottonwood Rev ew Interview, by Karen Hellekson: Writing,
Regionalism,  omen's Issues, American Indian Influences, 68
Notes on the Pom "Elegy for July 28, 1994," 79
Comment for "L arning the Language of Rivers" (MidweSg Quarterly), 81
Interview with  Kansas Author, by Linda Jones McCoy:
Prairie and A  erican Indian Influences, the Business of Writing
and Teachers,
IV-WORD AL HEMY
Earth-Centered riting: A Prairielands Alchemy, 97
An Alchemy of  riting, 104
Tulip Elegies, In



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: American prose literature Middle West History and criticism, American poetry Middle West History and criticism, Middle West In literature, Landscape in literature, Prairies in literature, Place (Philosophy) in literature, Regionalism in literature, Setting (Literature)Low, Denise Interviews