Native American Authors
Joy Harjo , 1951-
Awards and HonorsAcademy of American Poetry Award
Wordcraft Circle Writer of the Year (Recording - CD/Audiocassette) Award, 1998
Online resources by or about Joy Harjo:American Indian Rap and Reggae: Dancing "To the Beat of a Different Drummer"
Author: Neal Ullestad
Description: A review of American Indian music (including the contributions of Harjo and Trudell) from the Summer, 1999 issue of Popular Music and Society.
Author: Sarah Mischler and Scott Christensen
Description: This page is part of a series from Voices from the Gaps: Women Writers of Color produced by the Department of English and Programs in American Studies at the University of Minnesota. Included is an in-depth biography, selected bibliography and related links.
Author: Joy Harjo and Karen Strom
Description: Biographical and bibliographical information about Harjo.
Joy Harjo - The Academy of American Poets
Author: Academy of American Poets
Description: Profile of Harjo which includes a link to the text of her poem Deer Dancer.
Joy Harjo and Her Poetics as Praxis: A "Postcolonial" Political Economy of the Body, Land, Labor, and Language
Author: Azfar Hussain
Description: A critical essay from wicazo sa review: A Journal of Native American Studies 15.2 (2000) 27-61.
Letter from the End of the Twentieth Century
Author: Thomas Rain Crowe
Description: Review of Harjo's album from the Rain Taxi Review of Books, (Vol 3, No. 1).
Books by Joy Harjo:Harjo, Joy. The good luck cat
San Diego, CA : Harcourt Brace, 2000.
Harjo, Joy. The last song
Las Cruces, NM : Puerto del Sol Press, 1975.
Harjo, Joy. In mad love and war
Middletown, Connecticut : Wesleyan University Press, 1990.
ISBN: 0819521809 (h.c.) / 081951182x (pbk.)
Harjo, Joy. A map to the next world : poetry and tales
New York : W.W. Norton, 2000.
Bird, Gloria; Harjo, Joy. Reinventing The Enemy's Language
New York : W.W. Norton, 1997.
Harjo, Joy. Secrets from the center of the world
Tucson : University of Arizona Press, 1989.
Harjo, Joy. She had some horses
New York : Thunder's Mouth Press, 1983.
ISBN: 0938410075 (hc.) / 0938410067 (pbk.)
Harjo, Joy. The spiral of memory : interviews
Ann Arbor : University of Michigan Press, 1996.
ISBN: 0472095811 (h.c.) / 0472065815 (pbk.)
Harjo, Joy. What moon drove me to this
Berkeley : Reed and Cannon, 1979.
Harjo, Joy. The woman who fell from the sky
New York : W.W. Norton, 1994.
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