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Book Club: Deborah A. Miranda, Bad Indians

On the Same Page Nov./Dec.
Monday, 12/20/2021
7:00 - 8:00

We discuss SFPL's On the Same Page book selection for Nov./Dec., Deborah A. Miranda’s, Bad Indians: A Tribal Memoir.

 

​​Deborah A. Miranda is an enrolled member of the Ohlone-Costanoan Esselen Nation of the Greater Monterey Bay Area in California. Her mixed-genre book Bad Indians: A Tribal Memoir (Heyday 2013), received the 2015 PEN-Oakland Josephine Miles Literary Award, a Gold Medal from the Independent Publishers Association and was short-listed for the William Saroyan Literary Award. She is also the author of four poetry collections: Indian Cartography, The Zen of La Llorona, Raised by Humans and the forthcoming Altar for Broken Things. She is coeditor of Sovereign Erotics: A Collection of Two-Spirit Literature. Miranda lives in Lexington, Virginia with her wife Margo and a variety of rescue dogs. She is the Thomas H. Broadus, Jr. Professor of English at Washington and Lee University, where she teaches literature of the margins and creative writing. 

 

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Deborah A. Miranda - Website

 


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This program is sponsored by Friends of the San Francisco Public Library.


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