Terrance Darcey, Ph.D, retired from Dartmouth and DHMC in 2015. During his career, he did academic work including research and teaching in bio-medical engineering and neuroscience. He is spending his retirement catching up on things he missed out on in his work life, including creative writing, literature, arts and music. He and his wife Banisa live in Thetford VT.
Course Title: More Short Fiction from The New Yorker Archive (Fall Term 2022)
This is the second time I've taken Terry's New Yorker class and I loved them both. Particularly value the exposure to multiple authors and the video clips and biographical information he provides on them.
Terry was loaded with additional knowledge and prepared to re-tell the stories, give a bio of an author and otherwise showed rich expertise.
Course Title: More Short Fiction from The New Yorker Archive (Fall Term 2021)
Terrance was amazing, thoughtful, organized, and kept the course interesting.
Extradinarily well organized!
Course Title: More Short Fiction from The New Yorker Archive (Fall Term 2020)
Extremely well done.
Terry did a great job of introducing the authors. He is also very adept at keeping the discussions moving.
Course Title: The Short Stories of William Trevor (Fall Term 2018)
Terrance chose well among the Trevor stories, and led most interesting discussions.
Terry was a terrific class leader. He was well-prepared, inclusive and respectful of all participants.