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Presented by the Telluride Institute, join poet and Pulitzer finalist Linda Hogan (Chickasaw) for an exploration into nurturing connections with Nature, and other timely topics Linda would like to share about from an Indigenous perspective. There will also be time for Q&A and discussion with Linda.

Telluride Institute is Honored to present LINDA HOGAN in a virtual interactive conversation:
This talk will be hosted on Zoom –  the login instructions will be posted before the talk

Linda is the former Faculty at Indian Arts Institute, Writer in Residence for The Chickasaw Nation, Professor Emerita from the University of Colorado, and an internationally recognized public reader, speaker, and writer of poetry, fiction, and essays. Her lyrical work is considered to be writing of literary quality that illuminates a new Environmental and Indigenous Activism, as well as Native spirituality. It is included in anthologies not only in literature but in works on Nature, Science and the Environment, including Animal Studies.

Linda’s presentation will be via Zoom; please contact for Zoom information, and optional gathering at the library in-person while taking in Linda’s online talk together.

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