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Linda Hogan

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Linda Hogan (Chickasaw) is a poet, novelist, essayist, teacher, and activist. Her work illuminates environmental and Indigenous activism, as well as Native spirituality. She was born in Oklahoma and now lives and works in Idledale, Colorado, a town of 252 human souls. Her literary works have earned her awards and fellowships including a National Endowment of the Arts award, a Guggenheim, a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Native Writers Circle of America, and, most recently, the Thoreau Prize from PEN and a Native Arts and Culture Award. Connect with Linda at lindahoganwriter.com.

Linda Hogan Books

The Radiant Lives of Animals book cover

The Radiant Lives of Animals

Linda Hogan
A History of Kindness book cover

A History of Kindness

Linda Hogan
Dark. Sweet. book cover

Dark. Sweet.

Linda Hogan
Women of Color Pray book cover

Women of Color Pray

Christal M. Jackson
American Tensions book cover

American Tensions

William Reichard
People of the Whale: A Novel book cover

People of the Whale: A Novel

Linda Hogan
Religion and the Politics of Peace and Conflict book cover

Religion and the Politics of Peace and Conflict

Linda Hogan
Solar Storms book cover

Solar Storms

Linda Hogan
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