Media: Interviews, Reviews, Articles

Category: Interviews

October 21, 2019, The Library of Congress
The Poet and the Poem from the Library of Congress

Joy Harjo is interviewed by Grace Cavalieri on the Library of Congress's original "Poet and the Poem" podcast series.

October 17, 2019, NBC TODAY Weekend Editions
September 19, 2019, PBS Newshour
Poet laureate Joy Harjo opens a Native 'doorway of hope'

Joy Harjo, the new poet laureate of the United States, is the first Native American to achieve that honor. Jeffrey Brown recently sat down with Harjo, a member of Oklahoma's Muscogee Creek Nation, in Tulsa to...

September 16, 2019, Radio New Zealand
Joy Harjo on Radio New Zealand

Joy Harjo is a critically acclaimed poet and musician and she is the first Native American to be named US poet laureate.

August 22, 2019, TIME
The First Native American U.S. Poet Laureate on How Poetry Can Counter Hate

Joy Harjo, the first Native American U.S. poet laureate, tells TIME about her new book, ‘An American Sunrise,’ and the state of poetry.

August 02, 2019, The Jitney
Joy Interviewed on The Jitney

“Joy Harjo is a world treasure, rare and formidable amongst poets writing today, with a voice equal parts wise woman, jazz, rain, and earth. Her collected poems bring together the full range of her work, an impressive spectrum of word...

May 26, 2019, Shenandoah
Joy Harjo Interview in Shenandoah

Joy Harjo interviewed at Washington and Lee University.

March 14, 2019, VIDA Voices & Views
Joy Harjo VIDA Voices & Views Interview

In this episode of VIDA Voices and Views, produced by R. J. Jeffreys, Melissa Studdard speaks with celebrated poet, author, musician, and playwright, Joy Harjo, who talks about topics ranging from sources of inspiration to the power of language to...

February 10, 2019, EarthTalk
Joy Harjo Interviewed on Earth Talk — Podcast

Native Voice Joy Harjo Draws On Tribal Myth & History In Celebrating Nature

December 12, 2018, BOMB
Joy Harjo Interview by Sherwin Bitsui from BOMB

Raised in White Cone, Arizona, on the Navajo Reservation, Sherwin Bitsui is a poet and visual artist based in New Mexico, where he teaches at the Institute of American Indian Arts. Shifting, pulsing, flooding with images in motion, as well...