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Monthly Archives: September 2011
What a great honor and pleasure to be invited to participate in an annual meeting of NW Native women, both to speak at the youth welcome dinner, and to read from Indian Voices with one of those voices (possibly the … Continue reading
Whether you say wah-lala or gua-lala, there is no question that any writer worth her coastal sea salt wants to support independent bookstores. I’m glad to get the froggy nod from the Crockett Brothers, and look forward to a lively afternoon … Continue reading
At the 26th Annual Indian Conference, held this year on the campus of Chico State University, I’ll be giving a talk, “Stories behind the (mostly wonderful) decade of work to research and write Indian Voices: Listening to Native Americans.” (Yes … Continue reading
I’ll be giving an up and clean (as opposed to down and dirty) talk on the subject at the Tiburon-Belvedere Library on Thursday evening, October 13th. Cases in point: the compilation of Indian Voices. Come on by, to a beautiful … Continue reading
The Heard Museum of Phoenix, initiating a new program of writers and artists, has invited me to participate in the January program. Save the date, Arizonans: January 21st. I’ll be reading from the Patty Talahongva chapter, “`Get Over It’ and Other … Continue reading