Fall | Winter 2021 CROSSROADS
Explore the multiple layers of meaning when roads cross and we find each other. Intersections in Native American history that affected tribal identity, determination, and governance. Oklahoma trails—from cattle drives to the Mother Road—as crossroads of people and place. The role and resilience of small towns embedded in Oklahoma culture. Essays and poetry on literary crossroads. All these things reveal the convergence of "us."
Authors and contributors: U.S. Poet Laureate Joy Harjo, Ken Hada, John Truden, Michael R. Grauer, Lieutenant Governor Matt Pinnell, Jason Harris, Michael Wallis, and Caroline Lowery.