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A History of Kindness

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 • Product Size: 8.4" L  x  1.1 " H  x  5.4" W Paperback - 142 pages

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"Hogan remains awed and humble in this sweetly embracing, plangent book of grateful, sorrowful, tender poems wed to the scarred body and ravaged Earth."
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"In this new collection, Linda Hogan weaves together memory, the Milky Way, buffalo and rivers with the wonder and wisdom of an ancient soul, and a passionate heart. We are blessed, once again, by her words."
-- DEBORAH A. MIRANDA, author of Bad Indians: A Tribal Memoir

Linda Hogan explores new and old ways of experiencing the vagaries of the body and existing in harmony with earth's living beings in A History of Kindness. Throughout this clear-eyed collection, Hogan tenderly excavates how history instructs the present, and envisions a future alive with hope for a healthy and sustainable world that now wavers between loss and survival.

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  • Linda Hogan (Chickasaw) is a poet, novelist, essayist, teacher, and activist. Her work illuminates environmental and Indigenous activism, as well as Native spirituality. She was born in Oklahoma and now lives and works in Idledale, Colorado, a town of 252 human souls. Her literary works have earned her awards and fellowships including a National Endowment of the Arts award, a Guggenheim, a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Native Writers Circle of America, and, most recently, the Thoreau Prize from PEN and a Native Arts and Culture Award. Connect with Linda at lindahoganwriter.com

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