LeAnne Howe’s Poetry Published in Sing: Poetry from the Indigenous Americas

January 11, 2012

LeAnne Howe’s poetry was recently published in Sing: Poetry from the Indigenous Americas, a multilingual anthology of indigenous American poetry edited by professor and poet Allison Hedge Coke to serve as a lasting reference for native voices and a link between South American and North American poets. The collection includes both well known and upcoming writers from places as far north as Alaska and as far south as Chile. The book offers poetry from Peru, Venezuela, Columbia, Ecuador, Guatemala, Mexico and Canada as well as the United States. The collection also includes Sherwin Bitsui, Louise Erdrich, Joy Harjo, Lee Maracle, and Simon Ortiz.

LeAnne Howe has published two novels with Aunt Lute, Miko Kings: An Indian Baseball Story and Shell Shaker. Howe is a Professor of American Indian Studies and English at the University of Illinois. You can learn more about her work on her website or author page. Read more about Sing or order a copy at the University of Arizona Press website.

Sing: Poetry from the Indigenous Americas
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