Greenfield Center, NY: Greenfield Review Press, 1974. Original Wrappers. Very Good binding. Item #6758
Octavo. 35,  pp. First edition. As issued, stapled into stiff, printed wrappers. Sunning to the front cover near the spine; residue from an early price sticker; otherwise, only light shelfwear. A fairly presentable copy of the first collection by this noted mixed-race Native American poet. Silko is probably most recognized for her 1977 novel, Ceremony which among other things, tackled ethnicity and identity and is among the works associated with the movement often referred to as Native America Renaissance. This present copy of Laguna Woman is an uncommon first work by an important voice in American literature.