Native Innovation: Indigenous American Poetry

Sunday, March 24

Native Innovation: Indigenous American Poetry in the 21st Century is a landmark symposium bringing together a new generation of Native American poets in a convocation of readings and conversations for an in-depth look at the dynamic state of current Native American poetry and poetics in the 21st century. Featuring leading Native American poets and co-curated by Joseph Bruchac and Allison Hedge Coke, this event examines a range of issues, including native languages, traditional storytelling, formal innovation and Native American politics and much more.

Presented by Poets House in partnership with the National Museum of the American Indian and with support from the Lannan Foundation. Co-sponsored by Copper Canyon Press and the University of Arizona Press.


Native Innovation Symposium: Day Three
Sunday, March 24, 2013 – 12:45PM to 6:30PM
Location: Poets House (Kray Hall)
Full-Day Admission: $10; $7 for students and seniors; Poets House Members Free

• 12:45PM: Welcome with Joseph Bruchac & Allison Hedge Coke
• 1:00PM: A Conversation with Cedar Sigo, Orlando White & Karenne Wood
• 2:30PM: A Conversation with Joseph Bruchac, Joy Harjo & Natalie Diaz
• 4:00PM: A Language Conversation with Natalie Diaz, Orlando White, Sherwin Bitsui & Karenne Wood
• 4:45PM: Poetry Reading with Karenne Wood & Maurice Kenny
• 5:45PM: Reading by Joseph Bruchac & Joy Harjo

Poets House 10 River Terr, (at Murray St), New York

  • Cross Street:at Murray St
  • Phone:212-431-7920
  • Website:poetshouse.org
  • Opening hours:Tue–Fri 11am–7pm, Sat 11am–6pm
  • Transport:Subway: A, C, 1, 2, 3 to Chambers St

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