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'Unknown Warrior,' a Poem by Lynnette Haozous
Lynnette Haozous has previously graced this website in the guise of Lozen, a female Apache warrior who fought alongside Geronimo ...
'Grass Dance for Our Father,' a Poem by Larry Spotted Crow Mann
Larry Spotted Crow Mann
"I wrote this poem in honor of a young man who lost his father," says Nipmuc poet Larry Spotted Crow Mann, author of Tales from the Whispering Basket ...
Poisoned at the Friendship Feast: 'More Than 200 Haunt These Hills'
Connor Larkin isn’t a professional writer or poet. He is a teenager, an activist and a member of the Trinity Norrelmuk Wintu Nation...
Road Fever: Jennifer Foerster Talks Poetry With Alex Jacobs
Muscogee poet Joy Harjo says Leaving Tulsa , Jennifer Foerster’s first poetry book, "reminds me of the urgent vision fueling Jack Kerouac's On The Road ." Jennifer was on the road ...
'Leaving Tulsa,' a Poem by Jennifer Foerster
Poet Jennifer Foerster, Muscogee (Creek), has been shuttling back and forth between New Mexico and her home state of Oklahoma -- poet and artist Alex Jacobs describes the resulting...
'Headline News,' a Poem by Joan Kane
Joan Naviyuk Kane
Every day, we see news about the image of the Indigenous. Johnny Depp plays Tonto . Pressure builds to change the name of Washington's NFL team ...
'Top Ten Reasons Why Indians Are Good at Basketball,' a Poem by Natalie Diaz
Natalie Diaz, Mojave/Pima, is a former college and professional basketball player...
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)...
'How to Succeed as an Indian Poet,' a Poem by Steve Russell
In what we intend to be a regular weekly feature, we bring you a poem by ICTMN contributor Steve Russell -- a poem about being a poet...
She Says: A Poem by Navajo Poet Laureate Luci Tapahonso
[Editor's Note: Luci Tapahonso was recently named by Navajo Technical College as the first-ever poet laureate of the Navajo Nation...
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