Leslie Marmon Silko, Judith Freeman
In conversation with Judith Freeman
October 20, 2010

One of the most gifted and best known Native American writers today offers this highly original self-portrait, steeped in Native American storytelling traditions, that weaves together family/personal memoir with an accounting of the creatures and landscapes that inform her vision of the world.

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