Media: Interviews, Reviews, Articles

May 11, 2022, The Black Wall Street Times
May 11, 2022, The New Yorker
"Sundown Walks to the Edge of the Story"

A new poem by Joy Har­jo in The New York­er’s May 9 2022 Issue

May 09, 2022
Joy Harjo On Being Named Artist-In-Residence At The New Bob Dylan Center

Har­jo, who has recent­ly com­plet­ed her third and final term as U.S. Poet Lau­re­ate, was born Tul­sa, Okla­homa, where the new Bob Dylan Cen­ter (BDC) will have its grand open­ing this Tues­day. So it’s very…

May 01, 2022, 5 Plain Questions Podcast - Plains Art Museum
April 26, 2022, Library of Congress Newsroom
Library to Celebrate Joy Harjo’s Three Terms as U.S. Poet Laureate with Reading, Dance Party and Retreat

Library to Cel­e­brate Joy Harjo’s Three Terms as U.S. Poet Lau­re­ateClos­ing Events for Harjo’s Lau­re­ate­ship Include a Read­ing, Dance Par­ty and His­toric Retreat for In-Na-Po – Indige­nous Nations Poets. Read more here

April 19, 2022, The First Person with Michael Judge
Soul Talk with Joy Harjo
A con­ver­sa­tion with the first Native Amer­i­can poet lau­re­ate of the Unit­ed States on the impor­tance of our poet­ry ances­tors,” and why we must always remem­ber the dance lan­guage is, that life is.”
April 13, 2022, Native News Online
Joy Harjo to Conclude Historic Poet Laureateship with Dance Party, Closing Ceremony

For a remark­able three terms as U.S. poet lau­re­ate, Joy Har­jo has tire­less­ly pro­mot­ed Native poets and poet­ry,” Librar­i­an of Con­gress, Car­la Hay­den, said in a state­ment. To her, poems are car­ri­ers of dreams, knowl­edge and wis­dom,’ and she has…

March 28, 2022, Academy of American Poets
March 28, 2022, Institute of American Indian Arts
March 05, 2022, Goldmine: The Music Collector's Magazine
Poet Joy Harjo describes the importance of the new Bob Dylan Center

Joy Har­jo, the artist-in-res­i­dence for the new Bob Dylan Cen­ter, is the guest on the Gold­mine Pod­cast. Har­jo explains the impor­tance of the May 2022 open­ing of the Bob Dylan Cen­ter in Tul­sa, Oklahoma.