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Poetry Favorites: Meg Eden

Who is your favorite living poet?

This seems to always be changing for me. Right now I’m on a Les Murray kick, but also love… 232 more words

National Poetry Month

prayer for a windswept walk

To pray you open your whole self
To sky, to earth, to sun, to moon
To one whole voice that is you.

– from “Eagle Poem,” 18 more words

Photography

I give you back

One of my all-time most cherished poems by one of my all-time favorite poets, Joy Harjo…with a photo of my nephew to lead the way. 296 more words

Literature

Thoughts on Joy Harjo’s ‘Dangerous Woman’: Resistance, Power and Survival

‘I Am a Dangerous Woman’[1] was published in 1979 in Harjo’s second collection of poetry What Moon Drove Me To This? and like much of Harjo’s poetry, in this collection and beyond, it explores cultural and feminist concerns. 858 more words

Critical Commentary

Joy Harjo, Muscogee Creek poet, musician and performer will be speaking and sharing at The Evergreen State College March 2, 2015 at 7pm

Joy Harjo, Muscogee Creek poet, musician and performer will be speaking and sharing some of her works as a Native writer on March 2, at 7:00PM.   201 more words

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