Labriola Book Club: Dog Flowers

Book cover of Dog Flowers by Danielle Geller

Join the Labriola National American Indian Data Center's inaugural book club on Sunday, July 10 to discuss Danielle Geller’s debut memoir, “Dog Flowers.” The author is a member of the Navajo Nation: born to the Tsi’naajinii, born for the white man. The theme for this book discussion encompasses archival work and storytelling through memoir.

“After Danielle’s mother dies of a withdrawal from alcohol during a period of homelessness, she is forced to return to Florida. Using her training as a librarian and archivist, Geller collects her mother’s documents, diaries and photographs into a single suitcase and begins on a journey of confronting her family’s history and the decisions she’s been forced to make, a journey that will end at her mother’s home: the Navajo reservation.”

This is an open event and will take place virtually.

To receive the Zoom link, please contact Yitazba Largo-Anderson at

Yitazba Largo-Anderson
Labriola National American Indian Data Center