Organized by the highly acclaimed Acoma Pueblo poet and writer Simon J. Ortiz, this event features Ortiz alongside a number of prominent writers who are actively engaged with indigenous life and culture. Invited participants will read from Jimmie Durham’s poetry, fiction, and essays as well as their own writing.
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