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On June 19, 2019, Joy Harjo was named 23rd Poet Laureate of the United States. Joy is the first Native American to be named to this position.
An American Sunrise: Poems by
Call Number: PS3558.A62423 A64 2019 - 2nd floor
Publication Date: 2019
In this stunning collection, Joy Harjo finds blessings in the abundance of her homeland and confronts the site where the Mvskoke people, including her own ancestors, were forcibly displaced.
The Woman Who Fell from the Sky by
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Publication Date: 1994
The author draws on her Native American heritage to offer poems combining elements of storytelling, prayer, and song.
How We Became Human by
Call Number: PS3558.A62423 H69 2004x - 2nd floor
Publication Date: 2004
This collection gathers poems from throughout Joy Harjo's twenty-eight-year career, beginning in 1973 in the age marked by the takeover at Wounded Knee and the rejuvenation of indigenous cultures in the world through poetry and music.
She Had Some Horses by
Call Number: PS3558 .A62423 S5 2006 - 2nd floor
Publication Date: 2005
In this powerful collection of poetry, Creek Indian Joy Harjo explores womanhood's most intimate moments. Harjo's prose speaks of women's despair, of their imprisonment and ruin at the hands of men and society, but also of their awakenings, power, and love.
The Spiral of Memory: Interviews by
Call Number: PS3558.A62423 Z466 1996 - 2nd floor
Publication Date: 1995
The Spiral of Memory gathers conversations in which Harjo has articulated her singular yet universal perspective on the world and her poetry.
Soul Talk, Song Language: Conversations with Joy Harjo by
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Publication Date: 2013
In these conversations, Harjo takes us on a journey into her identity as a woman and an artist, poised between poetry and music, encompassing tribal heritage and reassessments and comparisons with the American cultural patrimony.
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