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Luci Tapahonso,
Sháá Áko Dahjiníleh 
Remember the Things They Told Us, 1993

Luci Tapahonso, Navajo, is originally from Shiprock, NM, where she grew up in a family of 11 children. Navajo was her first language but she learned English at home before starting school at the Navajo Methodist Mission in Farmington, NM. She majored in English at the University of New Mexico, as an undergraduate and graduate student. She stayed on there as an Assistant Professor of English, Women’s Studies and American Indian Studies for a few years. She has been an Associate Professor of English at the University of Kansas and is now Professor of English at the University of Arizona in Tucson where she teaches Poetry Writing and American Indian Literature.

Luci began to write poetry at the age of 8 or 9. She is now the author of five books of poetry and stories and one children’s book. Luci is the mother of five children.

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