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Lance Henson was born in 1944 in Oklahoma. He earned a Master’s degree in Creative Writing at University of Tulsa, Oklahoma. Henson’s poetry is known for its powerful imagery, brevity and universal appeal. It incorporates Cheyenne philosophy and traditions as well as social and political commentary on the modern world. Henson is a writer and educator, and served in the United States Marine Corps during the Vietnam War.
Online resources by or about Lance Henson:
Author: Lance Henson and Karen Strom
Description: Biographical and bibliographical information about Henson.
Books by Lance Henson:
Henson, Lance. Another distance
Norman, Oklahoma : Point Riders Press, 1991.
Henson, Lance. Another song for America
Norman, Oklahoma : Point Riders Press, 1991 1987.
Henson, Lance. A Cheyenne sketchbook
Greenfield Center, NY : Greenfield Review Press, 1985.
Henson, Lance. In a dark mist
Merrick, N.Y. : Cross-Cultural Communications, 1992.
Language: English and Cheyenne
Henson, Lance. Strong heart song : lines from a revolutionary text : poetry
Albuquerque, NM : West End Press, 1997.
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