Poetry Month

Lynnette Haozous
9/20/13
Lynnette Haozous has previously graced this website in the guise of Lozen, a female Apache warrior who fought alongside Geronimo ...
Luci Tapahonso
5/27/13
[Editor's Note: Luci Tapahonso was recently named by Navajo Technical College as the first-ever poet laureate of the Navajo Nation...
Mark Fogarty
4/30/13
Ojibwe poet Jane Johnston Schoolcraft set many precedents during her short life in the Midwest in the early 1800s...
ICTMN Staff
4/30/13
The Navajo Nation’s first-ever Poet Laureate has been named and will be officially introduced to the public on May 17...
Richard Walker
4/28/13
Words have always been a powerful force in Natalie Diaz’s life...
Richard Walker
4/23/13
THE CEDAR TREE I understand why the People in the Northwest say the canoe is sacred, that the canoe has a spirit...
ICTMN Staff
4/22/13
It's a misconception that poetry is a dying art—sure, we may never see a TONY-winning play written in iambic pentameter, and the stories of the 21st century won't be told in a 15,0...
Erika T. Wurth
4/18/13
INSIDE BOTH OF US ...the sheep were like the dead like his eyes on the pearl street mall and he said he brought the rain down from pine ridge why couldn’t he bring it down in arizo...
Simon Moya-Smith
4/16/13
SOLDIERS OF BONE Demented, tormented. Images of mine head, Film my eyes, rheumy, liquor-doused, thoughts decrepit. Spitting ink – A pungent flavor, like that of failure. Harken!...
Diane Glancy
4/10/13
Today's work comes from poet, author and filmmaker Diane Glancy, and is inspired by the tools used by medicine men known as prescription sticks or prayer sticks...

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