ICTMN Staff
10/14/16
In 2015 ICTMN introduced the 50 Faces of Indian Country magazine to celebrate the wealth of talented American Indians across Indian country...
Joy Harjo John Trudell NYC August 2007
Joy Harjo
12/10/15
One of our beloved messengers left this world December 8, 2015 In the early hours of the morning, When the dreamers and teachers walk the earth Speaking to us as we imagine the new...
Alex Jacobs
9/11/15
Muscogee (Creek) poet Joy Harjo is the first ever Native to win the prestigious Wallace Stevens Award from the Academy of American Poets, which bestows the honor annually “to recog...
Steve Russell
1/28/14

The title of this column brings to mind the unsuccessful confirmation hearing for the man whose name—Robert Bork—became a verb, “to Bork,” meaning to wrap so many of a nominee’s absurd ideas around his neck that he sinks....

Tanya H. Lee
1/15/14
When people talk about American Indian women novelists, the names that come to mind are typically Leslie Marmon Silko, Louise Erdrich and Joy Harjo...
Suzette Brewer
11/27/13
Louise Erdrich and Joy Harjo were among nearly half a dozen Native American winners of the 34th annual American Book Awards, awarded at the Miami International Book Festival on Nov...
Jason Asenap
8/26/13
Poet, musician, memoirist, screenwriter, these are just a few of the hats worn by the Muskogee Creek creative force that is Joy Harjo, whose 2012 memoir Crazy Brave has just won th...
Cristina Olds
6/25/13
In this country’s not so distant past, many Native American youths were involuntarily enrolled in government-run boarding schools, distancing them from their families and cultures...
ICTMN Staff
3/22/13
Poetry has long both reflected and guided Native experience, starting with oral communication down through the generations...

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