Greg Sarris and Terese Marie Mailhot at Kepler’s Books

Tuesday Feb 13 2018   7:30 PM
Kepler's Books  1010 El Camino Real, Menlo Park, CA  map

The most powerful and poetic memoir of 2018 has been written by Terese Marie Mailhot and raved about by some of our favorite writers, including Roxane Gay, Sherman Alexie, and Lidia Yuknavitch. One of the most important Native American writers working today, Greg Sarris, joins Mailhot for a conversation about what it truly means to be a Native American author today.

Free and open to the public; register on Eventbrite. For more information, visit Kepler’s website.

Greg Sarris

Greg Sarris is currently serving his thirteenth 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, and his publications include Keeping Slug Woman Alive: A Holistic Approach to American Indian Texts (1993), Grand Avenue (1994), and Watermelon Nights (1999). Greg lives and works in Sonoma County. Visit his website at www.greg-sarris.com.