Virtual Reading, Q&A with Linda Hogan

Linda Hogan (Chickasaw), Former Faculty at Indian Arts Institute, Writer in Residence for The Chickasaw Nation, and Professor Emerita from the University of Colorado, is an internationally recognized public reader, speaker, and writer of poetry, fiction, and essays. In July 2014, Dark. Sweet. New and Selected Poems was published from Coffee House Press. Her other books are Indios (Wings Press, 2012) Rounding the Human Corners (Coffee House Press, April 2008, Pulitzer nominee) and the well-regarded novel People of the Whale (Norton, August 2008). Other works include novels Mean Spirit, a winner of the Oklahoma Book Award, the Mountains and Plains Book Award, and a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize, Solar Storms, a finalist for the International Impact Award and New York Times Notable Book of Year. Her book Power was also a finalist for the International Impact Award in Ireland.

This event is co-sponsored by the Robert P. Hubbard Fund, the Brown Family Environmental Center, and Indigenous Nations Poets (In-Na-Po).