Register and join the Poetry Group on Zoom for Poets to Playwrights presented by LeAnne Howe. Howe discusses poems that have become plays, including her own Savage Conversations that is being staged as a play in Los Angeles and was hosted in New York last fall.
LeAnne Howe is an enrolled citizen of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma. She writes fiction, poetry, screenplays, creative nonfiction, plays, and scholarship that primarily deal with American Indian and Native American experiences.
This event is part of Native Voices, the community-wide initiative to illuminate the historic legacy, current lives, and ongoing contributions of Native Americans in Lake Forest and Lake County. For all events, visit the community calendar.
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