ᏣᎳᎩ: Wherever We Are, 2023 Cherokee Author Edition



Cherokee culture, history, and values have influenced our writing. 

Cherokee novelist Faith Phillips created a new literary subgenre, Okie Noir, with her true-crime novel “Now I Lay Me Down.” 

Andrea L. Rogers’ “Mary And The Trail Of Tears: A Cherokee Removal Survival Story” made NPR’s 2020 “Books We Love” list. 

And last year, Oscar Hokeah’s “Calling for a Blanket Dance” was named in Time’s “100 Must-Read Books of 2022.” 

 Jennifer Loren hosts conversations that will feature valuable insights from Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr., Deputy Principal Chief Bryan Warner, children’s authors Traci Sorell, Andrea L. Rogers and Brad Wagnon, novelists Faith Phillips and Oscar Hokeah.


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