Reader: Ortiz, Simon

Accession Number - 155

Date: 11/19/75
Length: 55 minutes
Tape Quality: fair
Collection: Poetry Center
Ethnicity: Native American
Language: English
Use Policy: available
Content: "There are these stories about the true source of myself, my home...," "Pero's Wonderful Kettle," "Pero Shows His Shrewdness," "A San Diego Poem, January and February 1973," "A Morning Prayer and Advice for a Rainbow Daughter," "It has something to do with intuition and instinct...," "Juneau, Pine Ridge, Sells, Tahlequah...," "Two Coyote Memories," "And the land is just as dry...," "Time to Kill in Gallup," a section from Going For The Rain, "Passing Through Little Rock," "Missing That Indian Name of Roy or Ray," "I told you I like Indians," "Notes on the Steps of the San Diego Bus Depot," "East of Tucumcari," "Bend in the River," "Earth Woman, for Joy," "I worked my way up (snow-topped)...," and "The birthday kid ends the day with these words...." MacAdams, Lewis (Intro.) Osborn Hood, Richard

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