Media: Interviews, Reviews, Articles

August 24, 2022, Musica Jazz - Maggio 2022
August 09, 2022, Cultural Survival Quarterly
We The Peoples Before: A Conversation with Joy Harjo

Phoebe Mills Far­ris, Ph.D. (Powhatan-Pamunkey), a Pur­due Uni­ver­si­ty Pro­fes­sor Emeri­ta, pho­tog­ra­ph­er, free­lance art crit­ic, and Cul­tur­al Sur­vival Quar­ter­ly con­tribut­ing Arts Edi­tor, spoke with Har­jo at First Peo­ples Fund’s We The Peo­ples Before event on June…

August 09, 2022, National Endowment for the Arts
Living Nations, Living Words: Recommended Reading for NEA's Read Across America

LIV­ING NATIONS, LIV­ING WORDS has been cho­sen for NEA’s Read Across Amer­i­ca for Novem­ber 2022! Learn more about this pro­gram here.

August 02, 2022, The New Yorker
The New Yorker: August 8, 2022 Issue: An Ordinary Morning, by Joy Harjo

Joy Har­jo’s poem, An Ordi­nary Morn­ing,” appears in the August 8, 2022 issue of The New York­er. Read it online here.

July 29, 2022, WAMC Northeast Public Radio - The Roundtable
Spotlight Series with the 23rd Poet Lau­re­ate of the Unit­ed States Joy Harjo at Tanglewood

Three-term poet lau­re­ate Joy Har­jo will be the focus of this Saturday’s Spot­light Series at Tanglewood’s Sei­ji Oza­wa Hall in Lenox, MA at 5PM. Lis­ten to the inter­view here. 

July 14, 2022, Publishers Weekly
Joy Harjo's "Catching the Light" reviewed by Publishers Weekly

Mem­oir, poet­ry, and crit­i­cism come togeth­er in this slim but potent trea­tise on the why of writ­ing poet­ry” from Har­jo (Poet War­rior: A Mem­oir). Catch­ing the Light will be released by Yale Uni­ver­si­ty Press in Octo­ber 2022

July 13, 2022, AP News
Joy Harjo picture book "Remember" to be released in 2023 by Penguin Random House

Ran­dom House Children’s Books announced Wednes­day that Harjo’s Remem­ber,” adapt­ed from her cel­e­brat­ed poem of the same name, is sched­uled for March 21, 2023. The book will fea­ture illus­tra­tions by the award-win­ning Michaela Goade. Read about it here

July 12, 2022, The Slowdown
Ada Limon Reads Harjo's "Without"

Ada Limon, host of The Slow­down pod­cast reads With­out,” by Joy Har­jo: the incred­i­ble poet and human who served as Poet Lau­re­ate for an unprece­dent­ed three terms.” Lis­ten here

July 09, 2022, ARTS ATL
Atlanta Contemporary exhibits turn land acknowledgment into action

Read more about this Atlanta Con­tem­po­rary Exhi­bi­tion where, The voice of Joy Har­jo, our 23rd and first Native Unit­ed States poet lau­re­ate, per­form­ing her own Stomp All Night, 2021, and This Morn­ing I Pray for My Ene­mies, 2021, pre­sides over it all.” 

June 23, 2022