Pen Name: None
Born: 1938 in Lawton, Oklahoma
Email: march email@example.com
Poco lived in Chicago.
Biographical and Professional Information
Lonnie Poco is a Quahada Comanche artist, illustrator, graphic artist and poet. He was raised on a reservation in Lawton, Oklahoma. After serving in the US Navy, he moved to Chicago. While there, he served as chair of the Chicago Indian Artist Guild and worked with the American Indian Health Services and the American Indian Center. He has retired to Cache, Oklahoma and continues to write and produce artwork.
Poet and Artist:
- Beside the Wichita, MARCH/Abrazo Press, 1981
- Akewa is a Woman, MARCH/Abrazo Press, 1982 - written by Beatrix Badikian
- Earth Elegance, MARCH/Abrazo Press, 2000 - written by Cynthia Gallaher
Titles at Your Library
Beside the Wichita
Release Date: 1981-06
Speaking Engagements and Upcoming Appearances
Speaking Engagement Availability: (Yes)
To contact the author, write to:
c/o MARCH/Abrazo Press
P.O. Box 2890
Chicago, Illinois 60690
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