Author Tiffany Midge–Native Washingtonian and enrolled member of the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation–visits the BC campus on 11/7/19, 1 pm in the Bob Purser Art Gallery (formerly the Gallery Space), D-271, to read from her latest collection, BURY MY
Please join Tiffany Midge for an afternoon reading followed by an informal Q&A and refreshments.
Location: Bellevue College the Bob Purser Art Gallery (formerly the Gallery Space), Building D, Room 271.
Date: November 7
Time: 1 p.m.
This event is being co-sponsored by the Office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion and BC’s literary magazine, Belletrist. Thanks to both The office of EDI & Belletrist for their generous sponsorship of this event.
Refreshments will be served.
Tiffany Midge is a citizen of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe and was raised in the Pacific Northwest. She is a former humor columnist for Indian Country Today and teaches multi-genre humor writing that elevates awareness of social justice issues. Her McSweeney’s article “An Open Letter to White Women Concerning The Handmaid’s Tale and America’s Historical Amnesia” garnered a 2018 Pushcart Prize. Midge’s poetry collection, “The Woman Who Married a Bear,” won the Kenyon Review Earthworks Indigenous Poetry Prize and a Western Heritage Award. Her memoir “Bury My Heart at Chuck E. Cheese’s” is a powerful and humorous prose collection about family, politics, and identity as a Native woman in America. Sarah Vowell praised Midge as “a wry, astute charmer with an eye for detail and an ear for the scruffy rhythms of American lingo.” Midge is the 2019 Simons Public Humanities fellow for University of Kansas Hall Center for the Humanities, and aspires to be the Distinguished Writer in Residence in the Seattle Space Needle.
Last Updated November 6, 2019