Silko may refer to

  • Silko of Nobadia, a 5th-century king of Nobadia
  • Leslie Marmon Silko, a Native American author

Other articles related to "silko":

Leslie Marmon Silko - Ceremony
... Leslie Marmon Silko's novel Ceremony was first published by Penguin in March 1977 to much critical acclaim ... Silko's skill as a writer is evident in the way in which the novel is deeply rooted in traditional stories (for instance, there are several retellings of old stories) ... Fellow Pueblo poet Paula Gunn Allen criticized the book on this account, saying that Silko was divulging tribal secrets she did not have the right to reveal ...
Leslie Marmon Silko - Early Life
... Leslie Marmon Silko was born in Albuquerque, New Mexico to Leland Howard Marmon, a noted photographer, and Mary Virginia Leslie ... Silko has noted herself as being 1/4 Laguna Pueblo (a Keres speaking tribe), also identifying as Anglo American and Mexican American ... Silko grew up on the edge of pueblo society both literally – her family’s house was at the edge of the Laguna Pueblo reservation – and figuratively, as she was not permitted to participate in various tribal ...
Leslie Marmon Silko - Bibliography - Other Works
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Leslie Marmon Silko - 1990s - Sacred Water
... In June 1993, Silko published a limited run of Sacred Water under Flood Plain Press, a self-organizing printing venture by Silko ... Each copy of Sacred Water is handmade by Silko using her personal typewriter combining written text set next to photographs taken by the author at various ... Silko choose ran a second limited printing of Sacred Water in 1994 in order to make the work more accessible to students and academics ...
Leslie Marmon Silko - Essays
... A longtime commentator on Native American affairs, Silko has published many non-fictional articles on Native American affairs and literature ... Silko's two most famous essays are outspoken attacks on fellow writers ... collection The Remembered Earth (1978), Silko accused Gary Snyder of profiting from Native American culture, particularly in his collection Turtle ...

Famous quotes containing the word silko:

    Howling and roaring
    Toe’osh scattered white people
    out of bars all over Wisconsin.
    —Leslie Marmon Silko (b. 1948)