7:00pm, Pay What You Can
Native American Identity & the Politics of the Poetic Image
a talk by Santee Frazier, author of Dark Thirty
Tuesday, November 21 | 12:30 PM | FREE and open to the public
at Special Collections, UWM Libraries 4th Floor
2311 E. Hartford Ave.
Milwaukee, WI 53211
Santee Frazier will also give a reading at Woodland Pattern on Sunday, November 19 at 7 PM. More info here.
All events presented in partnership with the Milwaukee Native American Literary Cooperative.
Santee Frazier is an enrolled citizen of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma, and graduated with a BFA from the Institute of American Indian Arts in 2006 under the guidance of Arthur Sze & Jon Davis. He went on to earn an MFA from Syracuse University and his first collection of poems, Dark Thirty, was published by The University Arizona Press in 2009. His poems have been published in Ontario Review, American Poet, Prairie Schooner, and other literary journals. He has received fellowships from the Syracuse University, The Lannan Foundation, The School for Advanced Research, and The Native Arts and Cultures Foundation. He is core poetry faculty for the Institute of American Indian Arts MFA program located in Santa Fe, NM.
Made possible with generous support from