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Avid Sports Fan Louise Erdrich Says, ‘This Is Over,’ Urges Redskins Name Change
Award-winning Ojibwe author and avid Vikings fan Louise Erdrich has weighed in resoundingly on the Redskins name...
A Conversation With Navajo Poet Sherwin Bitsui
Editor’s Note: During National Poetry Month in April we profiled Sherwin Bistui, Diné (Navajo) of the Todich’ii’nii (Bitter Water Clan), born for the Tl’izilani (Many Goats Clan)...
The ‘Master Trickster’ Vizenor Wins Again
Author of nearly three dozen books, coiner of such terms as survivance, storier and victimry, the poet, novelist and critic Gerald Vizenor is a unique voice in the world of Native ...
Gerald Vizenor: On the Cutting Edge, as Usual
Gerald Vizenor—author, critic, journalist and documentarian—is a literary power unto himself...
Whetting the Literary Appetite: Books to Jump-Start Your Reading Year
A new year has begun, and with it comes a crop of intriguing new books...
Bill Clinton Read Hungrily About Chiefs as a Kid
Former President Bill Clinton appeared on the Today Show this morning to recommend his holiday book picks...
Of Rhyme and Meter: Dozens of Indian Poets, Rescued From Obscurity
Poetry is often an acquired taste, and many of the works in the weighty Changing Is Not Vanishing: A Collection of American Indian Poetry to 1930 (University of Pennsylvania Press,...
Sherman Alexie Defends Young Adult Novels with Dark Themes
In an editorial piece posted to The Wall Street Journal 's arts blog (WSJ.com Speakeasy: "Why the Best Kids Books Are Written in Blood" ), author Sherman Alexie (Spokane/Coeur d'Al...
Educator Spotlight: James Thomas Stevens
James Thomas Stevens, Akwesasne Mohawk, is a published author of seven books of poetry and an associate professor of creative writing at the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA...