Native American Authors


Gail Tremblay , 1945-

Onondaga
Mi'kmaq

Gail Tremblay was born in Buffalo, New York. Tremblay earned her B.A. in Drama from the University of New Hampshire and an M.F.A in Creative Writing from the University of Oregon. Tremblay has received many awards for her poetry. She is also known for her work as a visual artist. All of her work, written and visual, draws upon the traditional culture of her heritage. Tremblay has been on the faculty of Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington since 1981.

 

Online resources by or about Gail Tremblay:

Artists' Statements and Biographies: Gail Tremblay
Author: Heard Museum
Type: authorbio
Description: Part of "Watchful Eyes", a Heard Museum exhibit focusing on Native American Women Artists.
URL: http://www.heard.org/exhibits/watchfuleyes/agtr.html

Casa de Cortez, Antigua, Veracruz by Gail E. Tremblay
Author: Gail E. Tremblay
Type: etext
Description: Poem written by Tremblay and published in the March 1997 issue of The Raven Chronicles.
URL: http://www.speakeasy.org/ravenchronicles/raven/rvback/issues/0397/cortez.htm

En La Casa Museo de Augustin Lara, Veracruz by Gail E. Tremblay
Author: Gail E. Tremblay
Type: etext
Description: Poem written by Tremblay and published in the March 1997 issue of The Raven Chronicles.
URL: http://www.speakeasy.org/ravenchronicles/raven/rvback/issues/0397/enlaca.htm

Seattle Aquarium, Spring, 1995 by Gail E. Tremblay
Author: Gail E. Tremblay
Type: etext
Description: Poem written by Tremblay and published in the March 1997 issue of The Raven Chronicles.
URL: http://www.speakeasy.org/ravenchronicles/raven/rvback/issues/0397/aqua95.htm

Books by Gail Tremblay:

Tremblay, Gail. Close to Home
Omaha : University of Nebraska, 1981.
Genre: Poetry
Audience: Adult

Tremblay, Gail. Indian Singing in 20th Century America
Corvallis, OR : Calyx Books, 1990.
Genre: Poetry
Audience: Adult
ISBN: 093497165X

Tremblay, Gail. Night gives women the word
Omaha : Omaha Printing Company, 1979.
Genre: Poetry
Audience: Adult


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