Sinsinawa Mound Center offers retreats and programs as well as opportunities for personal reflection and renewal in a comfortable, rural setting.
Native Book Discussion: Solar Storms: A Novel (Zoom)
April 11 7:00 pm - 8:15 pm$10.00
Pulitzer Prize finalist Linda Hogan tells the moving story of a troubled Native American girl coming of age in the foster system in Oklahoma, who decides to reunite with her family —a stunning island town that lies at the border of Canada and Minnesota—where she finds that their sacred land is threatened. Harrowing, lyrical, and boldly incisive, Solar Storms is a powerful examination of the clashes between cultures and traumatic repercussions that have shaped American history. “A novel that instructs the heart as it binds its curative spell. With her unparalleled gifts for truth and magic, Linda Hogan reinforces my faith in reading, writing, living.” -Barbara Kingsolver
Tuesday, April 11, 7-8:15 p.m. CT. The zoom link will be sent via email on the morning of the program.
$10/person. Registration ends on Monday, April 10.
Facilitator: Eric Anglada, is the Ecological Programming Coordinator at Sinsinawa Mound. He is co-founder of the St. Isidore Catholic Worker Farm outside Cuba City, WI. He also works in support of the Nuns & Nones Land Justice Project. His interests lay in the intersections of land, spirituality, justice, and decolonization.