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|Joan Naviyuk Kane|
reading at Lannan Center, 2014
|Alma mater||Harvard College;
She lives in Anchorage, Alaska with her husband and sons.
- 2004 John Haines Award from Ice Floe Press
- 2006 Walt Whitman Award semi-finalist by the Academy of American Poets
- 2007 Rasmuson Foundation Individual Artist Award
- 2009 Whiting Writers' Award 
- 2009 National Native Creative Development Program Longhouse Education and Cultural Center Grantee 
- 2010 Alaska Native Writers on the Environment Award 
- 2012 Donald Hall Prize in Poetry from AWP
- 2013 Native Arts and Cultures Foundation Literature Fellowship 
- 2013 Rasmuson Foundation Artist Fellowship
- 2014 Indigenous Writer-in-Residence at School for Advanced Research
- Due North, Columbia University, 2006
- Cormorant Hunter’s Wife, NorthShore Press, 2009, ISBN 9780979436529; University of Alaska Press, 2012, ISBN 9781602231573
- Joan Naviyuk Kane (21 October 2013). Hyperboreal. University of Pittsburgh Press. ISBN 978-0-8229-7914-2.
- "The Gilded Tusk," won the Anchorage Museum script contest 
- "Lines from the north: Poet and novelist Joan Naviyuk Kane". The New Mexican. February 13, 2014. Retrieved 7 April 2014.
- "Author's website"
- The Cormorant Hunters Wife website
- Dana Jennings (November 14, 2013). "Poems Against Loss: Joan Naviyuk Kane Talks About ‘Hyperboreal’". The New York Times.
- NPR Staff (June 21, 2013). "Ghost Island Looms Large Among Displaced Inupiat Eskimos". NPR.
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