Date: Time: 5:00 pm–6:30 pm
Zoom Room: https://go.unl.edu/iessc311
Contact: Joy Castro, firstname.lastname@example.org
Tiffany Midge is a citizen of the Standing Rock Sioux Nation and was raised by wolves in the Pacific Northwest. She is the recipient of a 2020 Eliza So Fellowship, a 2019 Pushcart Prize, the Kenyon Review Earthworks Indigenous Poetry Prize, a Western Heritage Award, the Diane Decorah Memorial Poetry Award, and a 2019 Simons Public Humanities fellowship. Her 2019 memoir Bury My Heart at Chuck E. Cheese’s (University of Nebraska Press) was a notable book pick for Lit Hub, Poets & Writers Magazine, Library Journal, Spokane Is Reading, Book Riot, Book List, Kirkus, She Reads, Tribal College Journal, High Country News, and more. A former humor columnist for Indian Country Today, Midge holds an MFA from the University of Idaho and has taught composition and creative writing at Northwest Indian College.
This event originated in Ethnic Studies.