Celebrate Native American Heritage Month with author Jessica Mehta
Join your coworkers as Jessica Mehta shares her latest work, ORYGUN, a collection of narrative poems. Noon to 1 p.m. Monday, November 21 Room 401, Metro Regional Center
Jessica (Tyner) Mehta, born and raised in Oregon and a member of the Cherokee Nation, is the author of the forthcoming novel The Wrong Kind of Indian by Wyatt-MacKenzie Press. Other collections of poetry include Orygun, What Makes an Always (an Eric Hoffer Book Award honorable mention), and The Last Exotic Petting Zoo.
Come enjoy a reading and discussion on self-identity as a Native American today featuring stories from Jessica’s latest poetry collection and novel.
Books will be available for purchase on site, with book signing, or can be ordered online.