Linda Hogan

Linda Hogan is a prominent Native American writer, poet, and activist. Born on July 16, 1947, she is a member of the Chickasaw Nation. Hogan's work often focuses on the environment, indigenous culture, and the intersection of nature and human experiences. She has received numerous awards for her writing, including the Lannan Literary Award for Poetry and the Oklahoma Book Award. Her notable works include the novel 'Solar Storms' and the poetry collection 'The Book of Medicines.'


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  1. 1. Mean Spirit

    "Mean Spirit" by Linda Hogan is a gripping novel set in 1920s Oklahoma during the oil boom, where greed and violence run rampant. The story follows the lives of several interconnected characters, including members of the Osage Nation who are targeted for their newfound wealth and forced to confront a sinister conspiracy. As the tension escalates, the characters must navigate a treacherous landscape of corruption, racism, and murder, ultimately revealing the devastating consequences of unchecked power and the resilience of the human spirit.

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