The Circumpolar North The Inuit Homelands The Bering Strait, To Reference One Specific Piece Of It It S A Vast Arctic Region, Mostly Water, That Joan Naviyuk Kane Writes From And For And Toward And Out Of, And The Challenge Of Those Prepositions The Challenge Of Understanding Where She Might Stand In This Grave And Imperiled Part Of The World Is Taken Up In This Breathtaking Collection Of Poems Joan Naviyuk Kane Is Inupiquak With Family From King Island Ugiuviak, Alaska, And Her Work Reveals A Hunger For The Landscape, For A Language Embedded In The Land And In The Traditional Lifeways Of The People, Her People, Who Have Lived There But Kane S World Extends Beyond The Boundaries Of Water And Ice A Harvard Graduate With A Dazzling Literary Career, Kane Writes With One Foot In Her Cultural Tradition And A Second In The World Of Contemporary Poetry From The Introduction By Summer Wood
Joan Naviyuk Kane is an Inupiaq American poet She is 2014 Indigenous Writer in Residence at the School for Advanced Research.Joan Kane is Inupiaq Eskimo, with family from King Island and Mary s Igloo, Alaska She graduated from Harvard College and from Columbia University with an M.F.A.She lives in Anchorage, Alaska with her husband and sons.
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- 04 June 2017 Joan Naviyuk Kane