Critical Thesis Published at Numéro Cinq Magazine

 I’m pleased to announce that my graduate critical thesis, A Visual Approach to Syntactical and Image Patterns in Annie Dillard’s Pilgrim at Tinker Creek, went online today at Numéro Cinq Magazine. I hope this will become a useful resource for literary scholars, artists, teachers, readers, writers, and anyone who likes to look at pretty pictures.

pilgrim epigraph page

pilgrim page 98

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4 Responses to Critical Thesis Published at Numéro Cinq Magazine

  1. Adam Arvidson says:

    AnnaMaria. Congratulations on the publication. You know I love this work. As a matter of fact, I was thinking (talking) about you last week at AWP in Boston. Tatiana (you know her, right?), recently finished writing the Great Gatsby out, longhand, in pen. She said it made her notice things she never had before–made her read more slowly and carefully. Just as I was thinking this felt a bit like what you had done, Tatiana referenced your thesis…

    So how is everything? It’s been so long since we communicated. Is Oregon nice? Tell me what you’re discovering!

    Adam.

  2. Hi there,

    I came upon you as I was looking through Flycatcher and came upon your essay, then read your bio. I’m a writer living in southern Oregon (we own an organic farm in the Applegate Valley right at the base of the Siskiyous) and I’ll be starting the MFA program at VCFA! I would absolutely LOVE to meet you, perhaps for coffee, if you are in the area? I think we’d have a lot in common with our writing interests both centered on nature and place. And I’d love to hear more about your project. Anyway, drop me an email–melmatthewson@gmail.com. I couldn’t find your contact information here on your site. Best to you -Melissa

  3. David Lawrence says:

    Congratulations Anna Maria – Great thesis. I’ve been following Virginia Journal since it started – thank you for sharing your lives…

    • admin says:

      Somehow I had missed your comment from February. My apologies. Thank you for your interest in my thesis and in Virginia Journal. It is beautiful to think that our small lives are able to reach out to others through text and images.

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