Layli Long Soldier

Layli Long Soldier is the author of Whereas. She has received a 2015 Lannan Fellowship for Poetry, a 2015 National Artist Fellowship from the Native Arts and Cultures Foundation, and a 2016 Whiting Writers’ Award. She lives in Arizona and teaches at Diné College.


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Interrogation and Transmigration: On Layli Long Soldier’s “Whereas”  and Mai Der Vang’s “Afterland”


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