Leaving Holes & Selected New Writing
This collection of poetry by Joe Dale Nevaquaya has come in its own time, exactly when we need it. These poems range from star messages tapped out on silver cords ascending from the death dreams of a dying country, to tribute poems in the form of shields, giving protection to those whom they are addressed, to reports from the edge of brokenness. It is time to celebrate the arrival of these poems, acknowledge the visions and give them their place in the circle. -Joy Harjo Mvskoke poet, musician, performer and playwright
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Pigmentation and Echo
Poems for those remembered 7
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