The resources listed below are intended as marketing materials that can be modified as needed.

For author and book photos for publicity purposes, as well as biographical and background information about Joy Harjo and her work, please visit Joy Harjo’s profile page on the Blue Flower Arts literary agency website.

More information about Joy Harjo’s books and performances is available on the official Joy Harjo website.

Social media graphics to promote the the poetry walks are available here.

Social media graphics to promote the author event with Joy Harjo on Sept. 14 are available here.

Click here for images and text your library can use.

One Book One Region invites you to participate in our community memoir project, A Life in One Line. Residents of New London County are invited to submit a one sentence memoir to be compiled in a self-published book entitled A Life in One Line.

Use this link to submit your one sentence memoir. Additional information about the book will be provided as we get closer to publication at the end of the summer. Looking for inspiration? Read the 2020 One Book One Region selection, Crazy Brave by Joy Harjo.

One-line memoir project to serve as ‘time capsule’ of community members’ experiences | The Day.

“Americans” — a 2018 exhibition at the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, DC, includes an online interactive gallery that features some 300 objects, images, and film clips that highlight the ways in which American Indians have been part of the nation’s identity since before the country began.

Study Guide for Crazy Brave — reading questions to help engage with the reading prepared by Connecticut College.