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Natalie Diaz on the Mojave Language and Where English Fails Us

I first met Natalie Diaz during the fall of 2015 when we were both in a writing residency in the high, arid desert of far west Texas. During that time in Marfa, Natalie was frenetically busy, as her remarkable book of searing poems, When My Brother Was an Aztec, had won an American Book Award, and she was already working on material that would be in her second book, Postcolonial Love Poem, which was published in 2020. That book went on to become a finalist for the National Book Award and the Forward Prize in Poetry, and won the 2021 Pulitzer Prize in Poetry.
MARFA, TX
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Pulitzer Prize winning poet Natalie Diaz to speak at Creighton commencement

Creighton University has announced that Pulitzer Prize winning poet Natalie Diaz will deliver the keynote address at its undergraduate commencement ceremony at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 14, at the CHI Health Center in Omaha, Neb. Diaz, a language activist and a renowned creative voice, last year became the youngest chancellor...
OMAHA, NE
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Poets Natalie Diaz and Saretta Morgan on the importance of art and ecology

On Thursday afternoon, award-winning poets Natalie Diaz and Saretta Morgan joined a symposium for UT ecologists, activists and literature-lovers titled “Just Environments: Rivers and Waterways” as part of the UT Humanities Center Black Ecologies Week. Diaz, who won the 2021 Pulitzer Prize in Poetry for her book “Postcolonial...
ARIZONA STATE
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Pulitzer-prize winner Natalie Diaz to give virtual reading

On Feb. 9, Pulitzer-prize-winning poet Natalie Diaz will be giving a virtual poetry reading and lecture for the first Visiting Writers Series event of 2022. WSU’s Department of English and the Common Reading Program are partnering together to host the event. Cameron McGill, Visiting Writers Series co-director, said for several decades, the program has brought in poets and writers for creative readings, class visits and workshops.
PULLMAN, WA
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Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Natalie Diaz to give reading Feb. 9

Common Reading Invited Lecture, Visiting Writers Series Event: Online reading by Pulitzer Prize-winning poet and author Natalie Diaz. The online reading by Pulitzer Prize-winning poet and author Natalie Diaz will be the Common Reading Invited Lecture event for 2021–22, followed by a question-and-answer session. Diaz received the coveted Pulitzer...
PULLMAN, WA
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Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Natalie Diaz to give reading Feb. 9

The Washington State University Common Reading Program and the Visiting Writers Series (VWS) will co-sponsor a reading by Pulitzer Prize-winning poet and author Natalie Diaz at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 9 via YouTube Live. The event is open to the public and free of charge. A question-and-answer session will follow...
PULLMAN, WA