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This event last occurred Nov. 12, 2020
Eric Gansworth (Sˑha-weñ na-saeˀ), Eel clan of the Onondaga from the Tuscarora Nation, will be conducting a creative writing workshop for ASU's Native American Heritage Month. During this 90-minute workshop, participants will become familiar with the indigenous process of creative writing from an accomplished indigenous writer.
A writer and visual artist, Gansworth has published a dozen books, including the novels, “Apple” (Skin to the Core), "Mending Skins" (Pen Oakland Award) and "Extra Indians" (American Book Award, NAISA Book of the Year), the young adult novels, "If I Ever Get Out of Here" (Honor Award, American Indian Youth Literary Award; One Book, One Philadelphia 2020) and "Give Me Some Truth" (Whippoorwill Award). He has recorded audiobooks for recent books.
This event is sponsored by the ASU Library Labriola Center, RED INK Indigenous Initiative and Indigenius. Attendance is limited to 35 participants.