Bringing Traditional Themes Into Contemporary Writing Critics call Joy Harjo “the first lady of American Indian poetry.” But Harjo is more than a poet. She is also an author, musician and playwright. She is a native of Oklahoma and a member of the Mvskoke (Muscogee) Nation. LISTEN TO INTERVIEW HERE
Radio Interview by Lois P. Jones on Poets Cafe KPFK Los Angeles Link to article and Interview http://www.timothy-green.org/blog/joy-harjo/ Equinox I must keep from breaking into the story by force for if I do I will find myself with a war club in my hand and the smoke of grief staggering toward the sun, your nation […]
Joy interviewed on First Person Radio.
Joy is interviewed on Public Radio Tusla.
Interview with Joy Harjo on NPR.
“Everyone is carrying a piece of the light. Sing it. Let it be poetry. Unwind in story. Dance. Be with it. Be it.” Hosted by Ariana Manov & Lynn Harris Ballen. LISTEN: http://feministmagazine.org/2012/07/july-17/
Interview About Red Dreams. Current Culture Podcasts at Blog Talk Radio with Cassie Premo Steele on BlogTalkRadio