Writing the Land with Greg Sarris

Celebrated storyteller and tribal leader Greg Sarris explores how, despite the trauma of settler-colonialism, Native American communities have preserved cultural heritage through the power of story and the significance of these stories in influencing our relationship with the lands where we live. Drawing from his experience writing his own “fascinating and evocative memoir in essays” (Kirkus, starred review), Sarris shares insights of the Coast Miwok and Southern Pomo ancestors whose inspiration is alive in his writing. His underscores the urgency of what these inherited wisdoms and the rise of Native American literature have to teach us in the era of climate breakdown.
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