Louise (Elisabeth) Gluck Biography

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Louise Glück (pronounced Glick) was born in New York City. She attended Sarah Lawrence College in 1962 and Columbia University from 1963 to 1965. She is married to John Dranow, a prose writer and teacher, and she has one child, Noah, from her previous marriage, which ended in divorce. Glück has been a teacher at the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, Massachusetts (1970), an artist-in-residence at Goddard College (1971-1972), a visiting lecturer at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro (1973) and at the University of Virginia (1975); she has also worked in the University of Iowa's creative writing program (1976-1977) and has served as Elliston Professor of Poetry at the University of Cincinnati (1978). Most recently she has taught in Columbia University's program in the arts (1979). She has published only two volumes of poetry and a chapbook featuring her long poem "The Garden," but her work has received...

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