Galaxy Meeting: 

WHEN: June 8, 2024, 10 a.m.-12

WHERE:  The Well, 210 South James Garner Avenue, Norman, OK (Zoom available).

WHAT: Presentation by University of Oklahoma Professor Emeritus Geary Hobson

Geary Hobson champions his Cherokee-Quapaw/Chickasaw heritage. He is a poet, short story writer, novelist, and literary scholar. He was among the first professors in the U.S. to teach Native American literature. He helped establish the Native Writers’ Circle of the Americas (NWCA), an international consortium of Native and Non-Native writers and scholars. In 2003, he received their Lifetime Achievement Award. His written works include:

  • Deer Hunting and Other Poems, 1990
  • The Last of the Ofos, 2000 (novel)
  • Plain of Jars and Other Stories, 2011 (short stories)
  • The Road Where the People Cried/ nunna da-ul Tsunyi, 2020 (poetry)
  • A.B.C. (novel)
  • Down Arkansas Way and Other Stories