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Joy Harjo

Joy Harjo

Harjo, Joy
Title: Joy Harjo
Reading Date: Friday, December 1, 2017

Welcome on Behalf of the Phoenix Art Museum-26944

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by Jennifer Adams

Welcome on Behalf of the Poetry Center-26946

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by Tyler Meier

Introduction to the Full Reading-26948

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by Natalie Diaz

Introduction to Joy Harjo-26950

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by Cynthia Hogue

"This Morning I Pray for My Enemies"-26952

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Harjo, Joy. Conflict Resolution for Holy Beings. New York: Norton, 2015.

"Rabbit Is Up to Tricks"-26954

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Differs from published version.


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Harjo, Joy. Conflict Resolution for Holy Beings. New York: Norton, 2015.

"Last Stop on the Trail of Tears"-26956

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Uncollected.

"How to Write a Poem in a Time of War"-26958

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Differs from published version.


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Harjo, Joy. "How to Write a Poem in a Time of War." Poetry, vol. 210, no.5, Sept. 2017, pp. 498-501.

"Redbird Love"-26960

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Differs from published version.


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Harjo, Joy. "Redbird Love." Poetry, vol. 210, no.5, Sept. 2017, pp. 496-497.

"Equinox"-26962

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Differs slightly from published version.


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Harjo, Joy. Conflict Resolution for Holy Beings. New York: Norton, 2015.

"Perhaps the World Ends Here"-26964

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Harjo, Joy. The Woman Who Fell from the Sky. New York: Norton, 1994.

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Reading Date: Friday, December 1, 2017
Series: Fall Reading Series
Sponsor(s): Phoenix Art Museum, UA Poetry Center
Location(s): Phoenix Art Museum

Joy Harjo reads from Conflict Resolution for Holy Beings (2015) and from uncollected work at the Phoenix Art Museum. She also reads one poem from The Woman Who Fell from the Sky (1994). This reading was originally given with Sandra Cisneros and Rita Dove in partnership with ArchiTEXTS: A Conversation Across Languages with Natalie Diaz.

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