A little radio program about the literature, history and culture of the American West
YEAR 2 > EPISODE 32
Heather Cahoon grew up in St. Ignatius on the Flathead Indian Reservation in western Montana where she is an enrolled tribal member. She holds an MFA in Poetry from the University of Montana where she was the recipient of a Richard Hugo Memorial Fellowship. She also holds an interdisciplinary PhD in history, anthropology and Native American studies. Her writing has appeared in regional and national publications, including Big Sky Journal, Camas, South Dakota Review, Hanging Loose, Poems Across the Big Sky and New Poets of the American West. She lives in Missoula and teaches at the University of Montana.
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