Ofelia Zepeda

Ofelia Zepeda is a poet, regents’ professor of linguistics at the University of Arizona, and the recipient of a MacArthur Fellowship for her work in American Indian language education. She is the current editor of Sun Tracks, which was launched in 1971 and is one of the first publishing programs to focus exclusively on the creative works of Native Americans.
Home Places Home Places
Home Places

Home Places

Contemporary Native American Writing from Sun Tracks

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Ocean Power Ocean Power
Ocean Power

Ocean Power

Poems from the Desert

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A Tohono O'odham Grammar A Tohono O'odham Grammar
A Tohono O'odham Grammar

A Tohono O'odham Grammar

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When It Rains When It Rains
When It Rains

When It Rains

Tohono O'odham and Pima Poetry

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Where Clouds Are Formed Where Clouds Are Formed
Where Clouds Are Formed

Where Clouds Are Formed

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