Writing to Make a Difference: Linda Hogan and Native American Ecological Literature
Writing to Make a Difference, a reading and conversation hosted by Augusta University, will feature Linda Hogan, the Writer in Residence for The Chickasaw Nation and Professor Emerita from the University of Colorado. Hogan is an internationally-recognized writer of poetry, fiction, and essays, with more than 15 published books. Rick Van Noy, Professor of English at Radford University and author of Sudden Spring: Stories of Adaptation in a Climate-Changed South, will also participate in the reading and conversation.
Writing to Make a Difference is part of Augusta University’s Sand Hills Writers Series that brings outstanding writers to Augusta to engage with students, faculty, staff, and the larger community on issues relevant to writing and our world. The reading and conversation will be held in the Jaguar Student Activities Center Ballroom on the Summerville Campus of Augusta University.
Writing to Make a Difference is free and open to the public and supported by a grant from Georgia Humanities.