Wednesday, October 10th

Travels to the Ghostland: Indian Survivance 101

Time: 5:30 pm


Carolyn Dunn, Native American poet, playwright and musician is the keynote speaker for Humboldt State's Indigenous Peoples Week Oct. 8-12.

Primarily a poet and a playwright, she has won recognition of her work by the Wordcraft Circle of Storytellers and Writers in the category of Book of the Year for poetry (Outfoxing Coyote, 2002) as well as in the Year’s Best in 1999 for her short story, “Salmon Creek Road Kill.”

Dunn’s other books include "Through the Eye of the Deer" (Aunt Lute Books, 1999); "Hozho: Walking in Beauty" (McGraw Hill, 2002) and "Coyote Speaks" (H.N. Abrams, 2008).

Dunn is of Cherokee, Muskogee Creek and Seminole descent on her father’s side and of Cajun, French Creole and Tunica-Biloxi on her mother’s side.

Price: Free


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