Oklahoma Voices with Teresa Miller
November 14 event celebrates statehood with annual series
November 5, 2013
Story by Brooke Ramsey, OSU Library Communications Intern
For Immediate Release
STILLWATER -The OSU Library will hold its annual “Oklahoma Ovation” Statehood Day event on Thursday, Nov. 14, with special guest Teresa Miller, executive director of the Oklahoma Center for Poets and Writers.
The event will begin at 3:30 p.m. in the Peggy V. Helmerich Browsing Room, Edmon Low Library. Mary Larson, head of the Oklahoma Oral History Research Program, will interview Miller about Oklahoma authors. A question and answer session will follow.
“Teresa has interviewed many Oklahoma authors,” Larson said. “We are particularly interested in discussing with her how these authors are unique and what constitutes an Oklahoma voice.”
Miller founded the Oklahoma Center for Poets and Writers in 1994. She is the author of the novels "Remnants of Glory" and "Family Correspondence." Her latest book, "Means of Transit," is what she calls "a slightly embellished memoir." Miller is also the executive producer and host for the television program “Writing Out Loud.”
“Oklahoma Ovation” celebrates Oklahoma’s Statehood Day by highlighting research by Oklahomans and about the state. Statehood Day is officially recognized on Nov. 16 each year.
The OSU Center for Oklahoma Studies is cosponsoring this event. The center is part of a University initiative to encourage interdisciplinary work. The Library’s Oklahoma Oral History Research Program partnered with the English and history departments to create the Center for Oklahoma Studies.
This event is free and open to the public. For more information, contact 405-744-7331 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Oklahoma State University is a modern land-grant university that prepares students for success. OSU is America’s Brightest Orange. Through leadership and service, OSU is preparing students for a bright future and building a brighter world for all. As Oklahoma’s only university with a statewide presence, OSU improves the lives of people in Oklahoma, the nation, and the world through integrated, high-quality teaching, research, and outreach. OSU has more than 37,000 students across its five-campus system and more than 25,000 on its combined Stillwater and Tulsa campuses, with students from all 50 states and around 120 nations. Established in 1890, OSU has graduated more than 240,000 students to serve the state of Oklahoma, the nation and the world.
Last Updated: 5 November 2013