Native American Authors
Janice Gould was born in 1949, in San Diego, California. She obtained her Ph.D from the University of New Mexico in 2000, and her Masters in Library Science in 2008. She writes about issues of voice and identity, two issues very important because of the prejudice encountered by Native Americans and lesbians. She is a writer and a poet.
Awards and Honors
Grant from National Endowment for the Arts
Ford Dissertation Fellowship
Astraea Foundation Grant
Roothbert Foundation Grant
Knowledge River Scholarship
Association of Research Libraries Scholarship
Online resources by or about Janice Gould:
Author: Janice Gould
Description: A poem by Gould published in the Fall 1995 edition of the scholarly journalweber studies: voices and viewpoints of the contemporary west.
Author: Janice Gould and Karen Strom
Description: Biographical and bibliographical information about Gould.
Books by Janice Gould:
Gould, Janice. Alphabet (chapbook)
Vashon Island : May Day Press, 1996.
Audience: All Ages
Gould, Janice. Beneath my heart
Ithaca, N.Y. : Firebrand Books, 1990.
ISBN: 0932379850 (h.c.) / 0932379842 (pbk.)
Gould, Janice. Earthquake weather
Tucson : University of Arizona Press, 1996.
ISBN: 0816516103 (h.c.) / 0816516308 (pbk.)
Gould, Janice. Speak to Me Words: Essays in American Indian Poetry
Tucson, AZ : University of Arizona Press, 2003.
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