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DeLotto Reads at Native American Symposium and Film Festival

11.15.2011 | By: Texas Wesleyan University

In November, Jeffrey DeLotto, professor of English, was invited to read two of his dramatic monologues at the Ninth Native American Symposium and Film Festival at Southeastern Oklahoma State University. One of the pieces, “A Karankawa, Near Garcitas Creek, 1687,” was published in The Wilderness House Literary Review.

Three of his other poems appeared in last month’s Walt McDonald Country: Special Issue of The San Pedro River Review; “Tequila Brings Peace to Mideast,” one of his creative nonfiction essays, was also just published in Agave: A Celebration of Tequila.

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