F291. We Remain: Resurgent Indigenous Belonging
Friday, March 9, 2018
4:30 pm to 5:45 pm
Margo Tamez, author of Naked Wanting and Raven Eye. Her work recently appeared in The Indigenous Message on Water, Red Ink, and InQuire: Progressive Poetics. She is assistant professor in the Indigenous studies program at the University of British Columbia | Okanagan (Canada).
Kimberly Blaeser, author of three books of poetry including Apprenticed to Justice, also edited Traces in Blood, Bone & Stone: Contemporary Ojibwe Poetry. A Professor at UW—Milwaukee and MFA faculty member for Institute of American Indian Arts, she served as Wisconsin Poet Laureate for 2015–2016.
Juan Sánchez has published works of poetry, some titles include Rio, Salvia, and the anthology Indigenous Message of Water. In 2016, he received the National Prize for Literature in Colombia, for his work Altamar. He is currently a professor at the University of North Carolina–Asheville.