Esther G. Belin will be at CC on Thursday November 8th at 7 p.m. in McHugh Commons.
She is an award-winning Diné (Navajo) poet and multimedia artist. She is a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley, the Institute of American Indian Arts, and Antioch University. Her writing has appeared in outlets including Wicazo Sa Review, BOMB, Democracy Now!, and Studies in American Indian Literatures. She considers the following locations her homeland: Los Angeles; Durango, Colorado; and Diné bike'yah, Utah. Her writing and art grow from and are an offering to the collective humanity, bila' ashdla'ii. Sponsored by the NEH Professorship.
Check out her books at Tutt Library on the first floor display shelves.
“We also want our students, faculty, and staff to hear about the journey, the obstacles, and the negotiations of positionality and identity within the publishing market that writers and poets experience.” says Natanya Ann Pulley, a CC Assistant Professor of English and fiction writer.
The series is sponsored by the Colorado College Department of English with the support of the MacLean Visiting Writers Endowment and through co-sponsors such as the NEH Professorship, the Hulbert Center for Southwest Studies, the Journalist-in-Residence program, and The Press at Colorado College.
2018-19 Visiting Writer Series Posts:
10/9 Juan J. Morales
10/2 Helen Thorpe
9/27 Diane Seuss
9/11 Julia Dixon Evans