Media: Interviews, Reviews, Articles

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
June 21, 2022, Publishers Weekly
Joy Harjo Receive 2022 Academy of American Poets Leadership Award

The Acad­e­my of Amer­i­can Poets will present its 2022 Lead­er­ship Award in poet­ry to Joy Har­jo.

May 26, 2022, 102.3 KRMG Tulsa's News & Talk
Leon Russell, Joy Harjo named to Oklahoma Hall of Fame

TUL­SA, Okla. — Okla­homa natives Leon Rus­sell and Joy Har­jo have been added to the Okla­homa Hall of Fame.

Har­jo is a poet and musi­cian from Tul­sa. She picked up the sax­o­phone at age 40, and has been hon­ored and…

May 25, 2022, The New Yorker
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