These vivid memories of the poet's life in rural New Mexico in the 50s were written first in Spanish then translated to English.
Written in the last decade of Paula Gunn Allen's life, these poem's capture the ingenious voice of this beloved Native American poet and critic.
Subjects: American IndiansPoetryWomen
Orbiting the globe, this collection of poems narrates encounters in a transnational American's circuit.
A collaboration by three women, this book, through painting and poetry, shares the richness of their lives and gives a voice to all generational women.
The sensuous poetic imagery of a show-stopping performer.
These poems offer brief, sensitive portraits of people the poet has known in two cities of her choosing--Pittsburgh and Albuquerque.
A collection of evocative and versatile works by the National Medal of Arts recipient.
Subjects: American IndiansLiteraturePoetry
The irrepressible Potts returns to his Idaho past with these poignant meditations on life and family.
An extraordinarily rich collection of poems, many of which explore what C.G. Jung referred to as the "shadow", that dark, usually hidden part of each of us.
"I learned that plain old words can shine glorious if they are bowed and rearranged right--and that sometimes the rhythm says more than the words themselves."--Jenifer Rae Vernon