Linda Hogan is the 8th Zale-Kimmerling Writer-In-Residence (1993)
Linda Hogan is a Chickasaw Native American author, poet, and academic. She was born in 1947 in Denver, Colorado and grew up in Oklahoma. She is deeply connected to her Native American identity, despite growing up in a transitory military family disconnected from the Chickasaw community.
Much of Linda Hogan's writing focuses on environmental, feminist, and Native American themes--particularly the indigenous view of the environment. She was written poems, nonfiction pieces, plays, and essays. She has taught at the University of Colorado at Boulder and the University of Oklahoma, and is now the Writer in Residence for the Chickasaw Nation in Oklahoma.
by Michelle Sands.
The Inner Journey: Views from Native Traditions (ed. 2009)
Rounding the Human Corners: Poems (2008)
People of the Whale: A Novel (2008)
The Woman Who Watches Over the World: A Native Memoir (2001)
The Sweet Breathing of Plants: Women and the Green World (2000)
Dwellings: A Spiritual History of the Living World (1995)
Solar Storms (1995)
Book of Medicines (1993)
Red Clay: Poems and Stories (1991)
Mean Spirit (1990)
Savings: Poems (1988)
Seeing Through the Sun (1985)
Daughters, I Love You (1981)
A Piece of Moon (1981)
Calling Myself Home (1978)
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