Readers of The Perpetual Bird know that I’m a great fan of Linda Hogan‘s work – in poetry and prose, fiction and essay and memoir, and as an editor of significant anthologies that speak profoundly about nature and human nature. Her book-length poetic monologue Indios, in my estimation (see my earlier posts here and here), is an American masterpiece that deserves both performance and study. In the meantime, here is a fine opportunity to hear Linda’s words in her own voice. Please take this opportunity to celebrate her extraordinary body of work – and please recirculate the flyer below to your own circle of hungry minds!
Joseph Hutchison, Colorado Poet Laureate 2014-2019, has published 17 books, including a translation of flash fictions by Mexican author Miguel Lupián, and co-edited two anthologies. He lives in the mountains southwest of Denver, Colorado, the city where he was born. He teaches at the University of Denver's University College, where he currently directs three programs: Professional Creative Writing, Arts & Culture Management, and Global Community Engagement.