Native American Authors


Irvin Morris , 1958-

Navajo

Irvin Morris, a member of the Tobaahi clan of the Navajo Nation, teaches composition, Native American
Literature and Creative Writing / Fiction at Dine College. He has an MFA in Creative Writing from Cornell University and a PhD in American Indian Studies from the State University of New York at Buffalo. He has published multiple short stories.

 

Online resources by or about Irvin Morris:

The Blood Stone
Author: Irvin Morris
Type: etext
Description: Online text of Irvin Morris' story The Blood Stone. From Neon Powwow edited by Anna Lee Walters, Northland Press, 1993.
URL: http://www.hanksville.org/voyage/stories/bloodstone.php3

Squatters
Author: Irvin Morris
Type: etext
Description: Online text of Irvin Morris' story Squatters. From Neon Powwow edited by Anna Lee Walters, Northland Press, 1993.
URL: http://www.hanksville.org/voyage/poems/bordertowns/bordertowns2.html

Books by Irvin Morris:

Morris, Irvin. From the Glittering World : a Navajo story
Norman : University of Oklahoma Press, 1997.
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 080612895X


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