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January 30, 2014
January 30, 2014
Alabama’s Writer’s Forum

When most Alaba­ma read­ers think of Alaba­ma writ­ers, Native Amer­i­can — or Amer­i­can Indi­an as Joy Har­jo calls her­self — aren’t the first writ­ers who come to mind, yet Joy Har­jo attrib­ut­es what she con­sid­ers to be three of the most impor­tant traits of…

January 30, 2014
Native People’s Review of Crazy Brave

One of Native America’s strongest voic­es, poet and musi­cian Joy Har­jo has final­ly told her own sto­ry in this poet­ic mem­oir. Like her rich poet­ry, this book brims with lyri­cal word pic­tures, glimpses of Harjo’s child­hood and time in Indian…

January 27, 2014
A Thousand Roads

The film threads togeth­er four sto­ries, tak­ing us into the life of a stressed-out Mohawk stock­bro­ker in Man­hat­tan; a young Inu­pi­at girl sent to live with her grand­moth­er in Bar­row, Alas­ka; a Nava­jo gang mem­ber who must find his core…

January 24, 2014
I THINK I LOVE YOU, An All Night Round Dance

IMAG­INE a hotel room, your best friend at the pin­na­cle of her art career dies in a stu­pid dou­ble sui­cide with the love of her life.

January 20, 2014
2013 PEN Literary Award

Joy Har­jo wins in Cre­ative Non­fic­tion for Crazy Brave” at 2013 PEN Lit­er­ary Awards!

January 19, 2014
IAIA American Book Award

Insti­tute of Amer­i­can Indi­an Arts

Joy Har­jo has been hon­ored for her most recent book, Crazy Brave, A Mem­oir (W.W. Nor­ton & Com­pa­ny). This was her sec­ond Amer­i­can Book Award.


January 19, 2014
January 19, 2014, NPR
January 19, 2014
2013 American Book Award
Crazy Brave wins at 2013 Amer­i­can Book Awards