Includes the entirety of Elizabeth Woody’s highly acclaimed first book of poems, Hand into Stone – winner of the American Book Award – as well as new poems, stories, and essays. The work is united by common themes: a rootedness in the Northwest landscape, the histories of her ancestors, and the ongoing struggle to define what it means to be a tribal member, an American, and a woman at the end of the twentieth century.
Seven Hands, Seven Hearts: Prose and Poetry by Elizabeth WoodyPoetry, Small Press
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