An interview not to miss! Tune into Michigan's Big Show for Michael Patrick Shiels’ interview of Ann Arbor author Paul Dimond. They will be discussing Paul’s recently published Michigan-set historical fiction novel The Belle of Two Arbors, featuring poetry Martha Buhr Grimes.
A dual reading of prose and poetry by Paul Dimond (author) and Martha Buhr Grimes (poetry) from their historical fiction novel, The Belle of Two Arbors.
Author Paul Dimond will be presenting his historical novel The Belle of Two Arbors. Mr. Dimond and poet Martha Buhr Grimes will be reading from Belle , as well as reading the poetry of Frost, Reothke and Auden. This event is free and open to the public.
Download and read the full presentation for this event, as well as read poet Marty Grime's blogpost discussing what it was like to compose poetry as Belle and creating collaboratively with author Paul Dimond. Watch the video shown at this event: Poets at Michigan: Then and Now.
Author Paul Dimond will participate in this symposium at the Michigan Union, as a part of three-day “Spring Festival Celebration of UM Bicentennial."
Read the UM Bicentennial Symposium, “Poets at Michigan: Then and Now” blog posting for a recap and the full notes from this event, as well as view the video shown.
On the 100th anniversary of Amherst College first hiring Robert Frost as a faculty member, Paul Dimond, author of The Belle of Two Arbors, will participate in symposium on how Frost’s poetry, work and teaching at Amherst, Michigan, and Dartmouth made an important place for poets and other creative artists in higher education.
Read the The Permanence of Robert Frost and His Poetry blog posting for a recap and the full notes from this event, as well as view the video shown.