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James BlueWolf
, 1950-


James BlueWolf has been a songwriter/recording artist, poet, author, lecturer and storyteller since the early 1970’s. He has recorded one record album and six CD’s of original music. An internationally published poet, BlueWolf was Poet Laureate of Lake County from 2000 thru 2003. He is the author of eight books and his stories and radio productions have been featured on radio stations across the U.S. and Canada. He has received three commendations from the Lake County Board of Supervisors for his work with youth, was included in the 2006 edition of "Who’s Who Of American Teachers", and is a nationally elected Caucus Member for the WordCraft Circle Of Native Writers & Storytellers. He is a co-producer of the well-received Big Valley Rancheria documentary of Lake County Native history, The Clearlake Holocaust-Hinthel Gaahnuula, and is a script editor for the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian. He currently works in Lakeport as an adult employment specialist and lives in Nice with his wife of 30 years, Bernie. He is a father of five with 12 grandchildren.


Books by James BlueWolf:

BlueWolf, James. Grandpa Says : Stories for a Seventh Generation
Kelseyville, CA : Earthen Vessel Productions, 2000.
Genre: Short Stories
Language: English
ISBN: 1887400249

BlueWolf, James. Sitting By His Bones
Kelseyville, CA : Earthen Vessel Productions, 1999.
Genre: Poetry
Language: English
Audience: Adult
ISBN: 1887400230

BlueWolf, James. Speaking for Fire
Kelseyville, CA : Earthen Vessel Productions, 2007.
Genre: Fiction
Language: English
Audience: Youth
ISBN: 1887400311

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