Come on by if you are in the Denver/Boulder area– 21 September, 12:45, Boulder Public Library

Kent Nerburn

Kent Nerburn is an American author widely known for his insights into Native American culture.  His trilogy Neither Wolf nor Dog, The Wolf at Twilight, and The Girl who Sang to the Buffalo are core works in multicultural curricula throughout the world. His most recent work, Dancing with the Gods, is a collection of thoughts and reflections for young artists about the unseen joys and hidden challenges of a life in the arts.

2 thoughts on “Come on by if you are in the Denver/Boulder area– 21 September, 12:45, Boulder Public Library”

  1. Thanks Boss, for the heads up and coming to Boulder Colorado this weekend for the Autumn Equinox. Because of you, many of us seek the path of “Neither Wolf Nor Dog: On Forgotten Roads With An Indian Elder.” It’s a road less traveled for obvious reasons. But it’s one more of us need to take, for obvious reasons. The Spirit World is The Kingdom of Heaven within and all around us. It helps as the dreams and prophecies of the Ghost Dancer come true. Jung’s work with our dreams and meditations also help with our daily and nocturnal encounters. There is light in the darkness and Symbols of Transformation. Spiritual Alchemists saw this long before transforming their base nature into Heavenly Gold in knowing the spirits that move us as Micaiah warned some 2,700 years ago. (1 Kings 22). But doctrines and false beliefs can slam the door shut as the Judaic prophet and Christian Savior later warned. (Matthew 23:13)

    Seven Woes on the Teachers of the Law and the Pharisees

    13 “Woe to you, teachers of the law and Pharisees, you hypocrites! You shut the door of the kingdom of heaven in people’s faces. You yourselves do not enter, nor will you let those enter who are trying to.

    I can’t thank you enough for opening and keeping the door open for us.

    Feeling and knowing our heart of hearts will see us thru.

    Denver Colorado

    NB I am letting folks know you’ll be here this weekend.

    Ps I’ve also talked with Tattered Cover folks about bringing you here but they’re under new ownership and said that authors have to contact them, which I don’t understand. The original owner Joyce Meskis always reached out. At least they have most of your books still:

    Pps I am praying for your safe journey here to Arapaho and Cheyenne territory. I trust Great Spirit blesses you:

  2. Kristen Caporelli

    Just picked up your book titled The Wolf At Twilight. I live in Fort Collins about an hour from Boulder. I wish I had known sooner you would be in town. Any chance you are here until Monday? Barnes N Noble Fort Collins is where I buy a lot of Native American books and books on spirituality. I only part way through your book and already love it and feel that I am learning something I have never known before about Native culture and people. Thank you very much, Kristen

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