Stephen Graham Jones reading Wednesday, Nov 19th 6 - 8 PM

Blackfeet Writer STEPHEN GRAHAM JONES to read from his latest book, Ledfeather, on Wednesday, November 19th, from 6 p.m. – 8 p.m. at the Native American Student and Community Center, 710 SW Jackson (Broadway and Jackson). Sponsored by Portland State University Studies, Native American Studies, Multicultural Center, Office of Diversity and Equity, Department of English, and Graduate Literary Organization.

Free event! Free refreshments. Books will be available for purchase. There will be time following the reading for questions.

“Stephen Graham Jones writes every line in blood from the deepest recesses of his heart.” –slushpile.net

“Stephen Graham Jones is a thinking man’s writer who possesses the uncanny ability to lay all of his cards out on the table yet keep readers from seeing his hand.” –Dark Scribe Magazine

Jones’ published novels include: Ledfeather (2008); The Long Trial of Nolan Dugatti (2008); The Fast Red Road - A Plainsong; All the Beautiful Sinners; The Bird is Gone: A Manifesto; and Demon Theory. His short story collection is titled, Bleed Into Me: A Book of Stories.

Jones has won several awards, including: Texas Institute of Letters Jesse Jones Award for Fiction (2005) Finalist, Independent Publishers Award for Multicultural Fiction (2004)
First Prize, Writer’s League of Texas Fellowship in Literature (2002), National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship in Literature: Fiction (2001), Independent Publishers Award for Multicultural Fiction (2001) nFinalist, Steven Turner Award for First Fiction, and Texas Institute of Letters (2001).

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