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ISBN:
0936556188
Author:
Elizabeth Woody
Category:
Poetry
Language:
English
Publisher:
Contact II Pubns (September 1, 1988)
Pages:
47 pages
EPUB book:
1374 kb
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1720 kb
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1168 kb
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4.6
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More by Elizabeth Woody. Seven Hands, Seven Hearts: Prose and Poetry. Elizabeth Woody, Elizabeth Wooky. Dreaming the Dawn: Conversations with Native Artists and Activists (American Indian Lives). Caldwell, Elizabeth Woody.

4 Books by Elizabeth Woody. Elizabeth Woody was born in Ganado, Arizona in 1959. She is an enrolled member of the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs in Oregon. Hand into Stone: Poems, Contact II Publications. She is born for Tódích'íinii (Bitter Water clan). Her mother's mother belongs to the Milee-thlama (People of the Hot Springs) and Wyampum peoples (People of the Echo of Water Upon Rocks).

Her collections of poetry include Hand into Stone (1988) (reprinted as Seven Hands, Seven Hearts), winner of the American Book Award from the Before Columbus Foundation, and Luminaries . See All Poems by Elizabeth Woody.

Her collections of poetry include Hand into Stone (1988) (reprinted as Seven Hands, Seven Hearts), winner of the American Book Award from the Before Columbus Foundation, and Luminaries of the Humble (1994). A practicing artist, Woody also illustrated Sherman Alexie’s poetry collection Old Shirts and New Skins (1993). Woody’s poetry reflects her close ties with her family, the natural world, and her people, a group she portrays with humanity and sympathy.

Browse through Elizabeth Woody's poems and quotes. 4 poems of Elizabeth Woody. I am home on the yard that spreads mint, pales the Victorian roses, takes into it the ravaged lilac tree

Browse through Elizabeth Woody's poems and quotes. I am home on the yard that spreads mint, pales the Victorian roses, takes into it the ravaged lilac tree. The black bulk of plastic lies about stopping unwanted weeds for the Landlord. Tattered, the cedar tree is chipped to dry heaps of recklessness.

Elizabeth Woody is an American Navajo-Warm  . 1990, for her book Hand into Stone from the Before Columbus Foundation. Medicine Pathways, United States.

Elizabeth Woody is an American Navajo-Warm artist, author, and educator. Elizabeth Woody is a distinguished author of a plenty of poems and other writings for which she has been numerously awarded. With several books and contributions to numerous anthologies, she has explored topics that are firmly rooted in her tribal culture and history. In March 2016, she was the first Native American to be named poet laureate of Oregon by Governor Kate Brown. 1993, for the Future Fellowship/Kellogg Fellows.

Find nearly any book by Elizabeth Woody. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Luminaries of the Humble (Sun Tracks). ISBN 9780816514656 (978-0-8165-1465-6) Softcover, University of Arizona Press, 1994.

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Hand Into Stone (1988), Woody’s first book of poetry, won an American Book Award from the Before Columbus Foundation in 1990 (it was later reprinted as Seven Hands, Seven Hearts). Her second book, Luminaries of the Humble (1994), was a finalist for the Oregon Book Award. She received the William Stafford Memorial Award from the Pacific Northwest Booksellers Association in 1995.

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