Two Writers Who Built Important Ties to Architecture

Recognizing the birthdays of June Jordan and Henry David Thoreau

Writers often dabble in other art forms. They explore photography, dance, different types of writing, and, sometimes, writers dabble in architecture.

That’s the case with the subjects of this week’s Bidwell Hollow. June Jordan was a leading Black poet with an architectural background that she tapped in the 1960s. And Henry David Thoreau wasn’t much of an…

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