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Linda Hogan



Linda K. Hogan, MA, is an American poet, storyteller, academic, playwright, novelist, environmentalist, and Writer in Residence of the Chickasaw Nation. Her work centers on the world of native peoples, the environment, and her own Indigenous perspective.

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Indios

Filled with powerful imagery, this poem relates the tragic story of Indios, a native woman falsely accused of the death of her children.

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Healing the Divide: Poems of Kindness and Connection

This anthology features poems by Mark Doty, Ross Gay, Donald Hall, Marie Howe, Naomi Shihab Nye and many others. These poets, from all walks of life, and from all over America, prove to us the possibility of creating in our lives what Dr.

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People of the Whale

Deeply ecological, original, and spellbinding. A hauntingly beautiful novel of the hidden dimensions of life.

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The Woman Who Watches Over the World

A deeply courageous account of Hogan's personal and tribal history.

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I Feel a Little Jumpy Around You: A Book of Her Poems & His Poems Collected in Pairs

In this insightful anthology, the editors grouped almost 200 poems into pairs to demonstrate the different ways in which male and female poets see the same topics.

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Linda Hogan: Author, Poet - Interview, Quotes, Biography, Books

Linda Hogan has published works in many different backgrounds and forms. Her concentration is on environmental themes as well Southeastern tribal histories and indigenous spirits and culture.

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Power

Linda Hogan's remarkable gift is a language of her own, moving gracefully between ordinary conversation and the embrace of divinity is a haunting, beautiful testament.

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2021 OK Book Award Interview with Writer/Poet Linda Hogan

Linda Hogan won the 2021 Oklahoma Book Award in the Poetry category for her poetry collection, A History of Kindness, published by Torrey House Press.

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Mean Spirit

The Grayclouds discover oil on their Oklahoma ranch in the 1920's and that sets off a continuous round of crime and suffering.

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Solar Storms

An Indian girl returns home to find her identity. She is Angela Jensen, 17, whose stay in an Indian village in Northern Minnesota turns into a depressing lesson in the lot of her people, but also brings self-discovery and love.

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