Leaked footage of us waiting to check out all of the on-demand content at the National Book Festival! Visit the @NEAarts Poetry & Prose stage on 9/26 for VOD from Joy Harjo, Amy Tan, Danez Smith@PoetryOutLoud & more! Free registration/schedule info:
Actual footage of us waiting for this weekend's virtual National Book Festival! Visit the @NEAarts Poetry & Prose stage for on-demand videos & live chats & discussions w/ notable writers incl Joy Harjo, Rita Dove, Mark Doty, Carmen Maria Machado & others!
Anthology Of Native Nations Poetry Is A 'Doorway,' Says joy harjo'>Editor Joy Harjo
Joy Harjo on the Diverse, Groundbreaking World of Indigenous Poetry | @lithub
NEWS! Featuring titles such as Joy Harjo's American Sunrise, Hope Jahren's Lab Girl, Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451 & Madeline Miller's Circe, 84 organizations nationwide will host an #NEABigRead community reading program in 2020-21. Details:
🌿This brought comfort today; you never know how precious people are until they are gone. By Joy Harjo: "We see you, see ourselves and know That we must take the utmost care And kindness in all things."
Joy Harjo, America’s first Native American Poet laureate, is a mystic with simple yet profound ideas on how we can heal as a nation. Watch our @SuperSoul Sunday this Sunday 10/6 at 11|10c on @OWNTV & Facebook. Or listen to the podcast “SuperSoul Conversations” this Wednesday 10/9.
NEWS: @LibnOfCongress Carla Hayden today appointed Joy Harjo as the 23rd U.S. Poet Laureate, the first Native American to serve in the position. "Words are powerful & can make change when understanding appears impossible."
joy harjo'>Poet Joy Harjo — a member of the Muskogee Creek Nation — has become the first Native American U.S. Poet Laureate. "You hit words together with rhythm and sound quality and fierce playfulness," she says, calling her poetry a kind of music.