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I will be mentoring new editors at the Native American Literatures Symposium on March 12, 2015. This advance notice is intended in case of any suspicion of the use of sockpuppets by myself or any of the other participants in the Symposium, as we will probably appear to have the same IP address.

Evelina Zuni Lucero resources[edit]

  • Night Sky, Morning Star booksite, includes award details. [1]
  • Hanksville site - decent bio, links to other work. [2]
  • Review by Annette van Dyke (SAIL 13:4) [3]
  • Interview with Casandra Lopez (video) - page describes Lopez as "noted." [4]
  • Discussed in Transatlantic Voices (brief mention) [5]
  • Article by Lucero in which she discusses influence from Simon Ortiz.[6]

Tinyurl for wikithon[edit]

tinyurl . com / kqwlqvq

About Me
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My to-do's[edit]

Meetup/Native American Literatures Symposium (Albuquerque: March 12th 2015)

William Faulkner
William Faulkner 1954 (3) (photo by Carl van Vechten).jpg
William Faulkner photographed in 1954 by Carl Van Vechten
Born September 25, 1897
New Albany, Mississippi, U.S.A.
Died July 6, 1962
Byhalia, Mississippi, U.S.A.
Occupation Novelist, short story writer
Genre Southern Gothic
Literary movement Modernism, stream of consciousness