Joy Harjo / One day I did not know what to do with my anger

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July Westhale Reading w/ TC Tolbert: Zoom & Live Stream June 18

July Westhale & TC Tolbert Reading Join the celebration for Westhale’s deliciously subversive new collection, Via Negativa! Thursday June 18, 6:30pm on Zoom & FB Live stream. Proceeds support the Black community. July Westhale is a poet, translator, and essayist living in Oakland, CA. She is the author of Via Negativa, Trailer Trash (winner of the 2016 Kore Press

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