Native American Authors
Ramson Lomatewama was born in 1953 in Victorville, California but grew up in Flagstaff, Arizona and attended Northern Arizona University. He writes poetry about the Hopi Indians, and has guided educational hikes into the Grand Canyon discussing its significance for the Hopi people and illuminating Hopi history and philosophy. He is also an Artist on the Road with the Heard Museum in Phoenix, Arizona.
Books by Ramson Lomatewama:
Lomatewama, Ramson. Ascending the reed : poems
Flagstaff, Ariz. : Badger Claw Press , 1987.
Lomatewama, Ramson. Drifting through ancestor dreams : new and selected poems
Flagstaff, AZ : Entrada Books, 1993.
Lomatewama, Ramson. Silent winds : poetry of one Hopi
Badger Claw Press , 1983.
Lomatewama, Ramson. Songs to the corn : a Hopi poet writes about corn
Crystal Lake, Ill. : Rigby, 1997.
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