Award-winning author Linda Hogan talks 1:30-3 pm at the UAS Campus, and 7pm at the Egan Library. Hogan has served on the National Endowment for the Arts poetry panel for two years; her writing credits include works of prose, poetry, as well as plays. Some of her writing awards include a 2002 Wordcraft Circle Writer of the Year Creative Prose: Memoir for The Woman Who Watches Over The World: A Native Memoir. In July 1998, she received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Native Writers' Circle of the Americas. Linda received the American Book Award from the Before Columbus Foundation in 1986 for Seeing Through the Sun. Chickasaw tribal affiliation and Native roots play a central roll in her writing. Hogan says that much of her work concerns the traditional indigenous view of and relationship to the land, animals and plants. In her spare time she volunteers for wildlife rehabilitation.
Quilt Show 2005, Centennial Hall, Saturday, March 12, 10 am-5pm and Sunday, March 13, 11am-5pm. Free. See wonderful quilts by local guild members, vote for your favorite quilt on Sataurday, place a bid in the silent auction. Capital City Quilters. 789-5997.