Linda Hogan: Hall of Fame

2007 Inductee

Linda Henderson Hogan is an award-winning poet, short-story writer, novelist, playwright and essayist. Her novel Mean Spirit was a finalist for a Pulitzer in 1990 and won an Oklahoma Book Award for fiction in 1991. She was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Native Writers' Circle of the Americas in 1998.


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