Nebraska Center for Writers
KEN LINCOLN

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Writer KEN LINCOLN grew up in Alliance, which he describes in Men Down West (Capra P, 1997). In addition, he is the author of The Good Red Road: Passages into Native America (U of Nebraska P, 1997), Indi'n Humor: Bicultural Play in Native America (Oxford UP, 1993), Native American Renaissance (U of California P, 1983), and others. He and his daughter, Rachel, are collaborating on a narrative of single parenting, Father to Daughter. He is Professor of English and Native American Studies at UCLA. He writes about the troubled existence of Native Americans in the modern day white world and about today's American West and its shaping of gender.



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