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Deborah Miranda



Deborah A. Miranda, of Esselen/Chumash ancestry, is a poet who lives in the Pacific Northwest.

Awards and Honors

Poetry Writer of the Year Award, Wordcraft Circle of Native Writers (for Indian Cartography), 2000.
Diane Decorah Award for Poetry, 1997.


Online resources by or about Deborah Miranda:

A Critical Review of Ann Renaldi’s My Heart Is On the Ground.
Author: Marlene Atleo, Naomi Caldwell, Barbara Landis, Jean Mendoza, Deborah Miranda, Debbie Reese, LaVera Rose, Beverly Slapin, and Cynthia Smith.
Type: etext
Description: A collaborative review of My Heart Is On the Ground, categorized as a “Book to Avoid”, by nine women of Native American and non-native background.

URL: http://www.oyate.org/myheart.html

Deborah Miranda
Author: Deborah Miranda and Karen Strom
Type: authorbio
Description: Biographical and bibliographical information about Miranda.

URL: http://www.hanksville.org/storytellers/miranda/

Stories I Tell My Daughter
Author: Deborah A. Miranda
Type: etext
Description: A poem by Miranda published in the Fall 1995 edition of the scholarly journalweber studies: voices and viewpoints of the contemporary west.

URL: http://weberstudies.weber.edu/archive/Vol.%2012.3/12.3Miranda.htm

Books by Deborah Miranda:

Miranda, Deborah. Indian cartography
Greenfield Center, N.Y. : Greenfield Review Press, 1999.
Genre: Poetry
ISBN: 0912678992

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