Audio Archive

Thorpe, Kate

Kate Thorpe is a doctoral candidate in English at Princeton University. She is also currently completing a poetic manuscript, The Marriage of Art and Industry, about the transformation of post-industrial architecture through art in the Ruhrgebiet, Germany based on research conducted on a Fulbright Fellowship. Kate received an M.F.A. from the Iowa Writers’ Workshop and her poems have appeared in American Letters & Commentary, Court Green, Volt, and WSQ, among other literary journals. Kate teaches as a preceptor at Princeton, and has taught literature and creative writing courses at the University of Iowa, Wesleyan University, and the Technical University in Dortmund, Germany.

Recordings

Poetry Re-forms our Relationship to Nature with Kate Thorpe

Presenter: Thorpe, Kate / 2018

The Art of Natural Description: Re-forming our Relationship to Nature through Reading and Writing Poetry – Part 1

Presenter: Thorpe, Kate / 2018

The Art of Natural Description: Re-forming our Relationship to Nature through Reading and Writing Poetry – Part 2

Presenter: Thorpe, Kate / 2018

The Art of Natural Description: Re-forming our Relationship to Nature through Reading and Writing Poetry – Part 3

Presenter: Thorpe, Kate / 2018

Poetry of Water

Presenter: Thorpe, Kate / 2019

Poetry of the Earth

Presenter: Thorpe, Kate / 2019

Poetry of Air and Fire

Presenter: Thorpe, Kate / 2019

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