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Podcast Guest, L Spotted Crow Mann

Joining us on our podcast will be Native author, L Spotted Crow Mann.

Larry Spotted Crow Mann is citizen of theNipmuc Tribe of Massachusetts. He is an award winning  writer, poet, cultural educator, Traditional Story Teller, tribal drummer /dancer and motivational speaker involving youth sobriety, cultural and environmental awareness.  He travels throughout the United States, Canada and parts of Europe to schools, colleges, pow wows and other organizations sharing the music, culture and history of Nipmuc people. He has also given lectures at universities throughout New England on issues ranging from Native American Sovereignty to Identity.    In 2010 his poetry was a winner in the Memscapes Journal of Fine Arts. 2013his poetry was nominated for the Pushcart Prize.   Mann's first book, Tales From the Whispering Basket, is internationally acclaimed and has received excellent reviews.  Mann’s new book, The Mourning Road to Thanksgiving has been a number one selling novel out of Word Branch Publishing and  is the 2015 winner of the WordCraft Circle of Native American Writers Young Adult Novel.   Scholars, students and everyday readers are calling it one of the most powerful and memorable books they have ever read. Larry Spotted Crow Mann was applauded for his role in the PBS Native American film We shall Remain, directed by Chris Eyre.  Also featured in two documentaries- Winner of the NPS 2007 Award for Interpretive Media: Living in Two Worlds,Native American Experiences on the Boston Harbor Islands,       And First Patriots, produced by Aaron Cadieux.       Furthermore he has worked in the field of human services for over 10 years, mostly in the field of mental health and helping at risk youth. Protecting the environment:  Worked with Tribal, federal and state agencies to preserve land and wildlife: notably Atlantic Salmon         * Publishing’s include the Memescapes Journal of Fine Arts at Quinsigamond College.       * Indian Country Today Magazine       * Contributing work in the book by Margaret Barton, New England on Fire , and        * Dawn Land Voices: Native American Anthology of New England : University of Nebraska Press          His poetry and quotes have been included in:       * Go Green Conference for the Medical Services Administration of Puerto Rico      * WordCraft Circle of Native American Writers      * My Heart Is Red Project: A journey across the United States and Canada of photography and video of Native Americans,   by Mayoke photography.                   Also Mann’s  books, Tales from the Whispering Basket; a compelling collection of short stories and poetry~ The Mourning Road to Thanksgiving,  A Powerful Novel that takes us beyond what we think we know about Thanksgiving, America and ourselves. For more info go to: www.whisperingbasket.com Click on Events / Press Kit for more details about past work and references. Larry    

Larry Spotted Crow Mann is citizen of theNipmuc Tribe of Massachusetts.

He is an award winning  writer, poet, cultural educator, Traditional Story Teller, tribal drummer /dancer and motivational speaker involving youth sobriety, cultural and environmental awareness. 

He travels throughout the United States, Canada and parts of Europe to schools, colleges, pow wows and other organizations sharing the music, culture and history of Nipmuc people. He has also given lectures at universities throughout New England on issues ranging from Native American Sovereignty to Identity. 
 
In 2010 his poetry was a winner in the Memscapes Journal of Fine Arts.

2013his poetry was nominated for the Pushcart Prize.  
Mann's first book, Tales From the Whispering Basket, is internationally acclaimed and has received excellent reviews. 
Mann’s new book, The Mourning Road to Thanksgiving has been a number one selling novel out of Word Branch Publishing and  is the 2015 winner of the WordCraft Circle of Native American Writers Young Adult Novel.   Scholars, students and everyday readers are calling it one of the most powerful and memorable books they have ever read.

Larry Spotted Crow Mann was applauded for his role in the PBS Native American film We shall Remain, directed by Chris Eyre. 
Also featured in two documentaries- Winner of the NPS 2007 Award for Interpretive Media: Living in Two Worlds,Native American Experiences on the Boston Harbor Islands, 
     And First Patriots, produced by Aaron Cadieux. 
     Furthermore he has worked in the field of human services for over 10 years, mostly in the field of mental health and helping at risk youth.
Protecting the environment
Worked with Tribal, federal and state agencies to preserve land and wildlife: notably Atlantic Salmon   

     * Publishing’s include the Memescapes Journal of Fine Arts at Quinsigamond College
     * Indian Country Today Magazine 
     * Contributing work in the book by Margaret Barton, New England on Fire , and  
     * Dawn Land Voices: Native American Anthology of New England : University of Nebraska Press
         His poetry and quotes have been included in: 
     * Go Green Conference for the Medical Services Administration of Puerto Rico
     * WordCraft Circle of Native American Writers
     * My Heart Is Red Project: A journey across the United States and Canada of photography and video of Native Americans,   by Mayoke photography. 
                 Also Mann’s  books, Tales from the Whispering Basket; a compelling collection of short stories and poetry~ The Mourning Road to Thanksgiving,  A Powerful Novel that takes us beyond what we think we know about Thanksgiving, America and ourselves.

For more info go to: www.whisperingbasket.com
Click on Events / Press Kit for more details about past work and references.
Larry    

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