Stanley Anderson started writing under the guidance of Professor Moyle Rice at Utah State University and continued under Lew Sarette at Northwestern University and Leonard Unger at the University of Minnesota. He has taught writing and literature at Minnesota, Utah State, the University of Helsinki, and San Francisco State College, where he was a professor of English and Humanities.
LDS (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints)
Work found on page 114 of the Autumn 1969 issue of .
Utah State University, Northwestern University, University of Minnesota
"I regard myself as a California. But as my poem shows, Utah still exerts a powerful pull on my imagination. One thing I've found about writing poetry is that you have to create someone to speak to. That's the primary metaphor. What you say unfolds from it. The problem is to be honest, whether you're Buddist, Catholic, or Mormon."