National Library Week - Library
National Library Week is an annual celebration of the contributions of our nation's libraries and librarians. All types of libraries school, public, academic and special participate.
The OSU-Tulsa Library features:
"Teresa Miller's Own Story"
Executive Director of The Oklahoma Center for Poets and Writers
OSU-Tulsa English Department Faculty Member
Host of the OETA Program Writing Out Loud
Images from her life and work.
Official Author Website of Teresa Miller
Home, Biography, Events
Writing Out Loud Interview
Becky Dixon turns the table and interviews Teresa Miller
Oklahoma Center for Poets & Writers
The Oklahoma Center for Poets and Writers was established to recognize one of our country's richest resources, its extended community of internationally known writers. The Center is also dedicated to providing opportunities for aspiring writers.
Celebration of Books
One of the largest gatherings of writers in the southwest. Held on even years, the conference features over fifty nationally known writers, artists, and musicians.
Episodes of Writing Out Loud are available on the web.
Check the OSU-Tulsa Library Online Catalog for available books.
Means of transit: a Slightly Embellished Memoir
PS3563.I42145 Z46 2008
Family Correspondence: a Novel
PS3563.I42145 F3 2000
Remnants of Glory: a Novel
PS3563.I42145 R4 1999