Greg Sarris is currently serving his 13th term as chairman of the Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria. He holds the Graton Rancheria Endowed Chair in Writing and Native American Studies at Sonoma State University. His publications include “Keeping Slug Woman Alive: A Holistic Approach to American Indian Texts,” “Grand Avenue,” “Watermelon Nights,” and “How A Mountain Was Made.” Greg lives and works in Sonoma County.
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2019 - Rattlesnake Wins Hummingbird's Heart: A Word for Word Performance2019 - The Once and Future Forest: The Mighty Redwood2019 - Straddling Worlds: Native Writers Reinvent Identity2019 - Digging Up The Roots: Transracial Adoptees Seek Truth2018 - Timeless Wisdom: Greg Sarris on Telling Tales and Native American Literary Tradition2018 - Murder and Survival: The Remarkable Story of Indian Rebirth in the Wake of Genocide2017 - Witness and Testimony: The Past and Present of Native America