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Choctalking on Other Realities
Author: LeAnne Howe
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ISBN: 1879960907
Pages: 195
Year: 2013
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Autobiographical life stories from award-winning novelist LeAnne Howe.
Shell Shaker
Author: LeAnne Howe
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ISBN:
Pages: 227
Year: 2001
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Why was Red Shoes, the most formidable Choctaw warrior of the eighteenth century, assassinated by his own people? Why does his death haunt Auda Billy, an Oklahoma Choctaw woman, accused in 1991 of murdering Choctaw Chief Redford McAlester? Moving between the known details of Red Shoes' life and the riddle of McAlester's death, this novel traces the history of the Billy women whose destiny it is to solve both murders - with the help of a powerful spirit known as the Shell Shaker.
Miko Kings
Author: LeAnne Howe
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ISBN: 1879960788
Pages: 221
Year: 2007
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It is 1907 in Ada, the queen city of Indian Territory. While white settlers are making plans to turn the Territory into the state of Oklahoma, the big story is Henri Day's all-Indian baseball team, the Miko Kings. Just as the team is poised to win the 1907 Twin Territories Pennant against their archrivals, the Seventh Cavalrymen. Miko Kings' Choctaw pitcher Hope Little Leader sees a storm blowing in. As the series heads into the ninth and final game, emotions (and betting) rise to a feverish pitch. Only Ada's quirky postal clerk, Ezol Day, understands that the outcome of this game will affect Indians - and baseball - for the next four generations. As Henri Day says, "This is where the twentieth-century Indian really begins, not in the abstractions of Congressional Acts, but on the prairie diamond."
The Cambridge Introduction to Creative Writing
Author: David Morley
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 0521547547
Pages: 273
Year: 2007-05-10
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All kinds of writing are covered in this useful and inspiring guide for students and aspiring writers.
Evidence of Red
Author: LeAnne Howe
Publisher: Salt Pub
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Pages: 101
Year: 2005-01-01
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WINNER OF THE 2006 OKLAHOMA BOOK AWARDS Evidence of Red: Prose and Poems rails against lost lands and lovers, heralds death and mad warriors, and celebrates a doomed love affair between Hollywood’s invented characters: “Noble Savage” and “Indian Sports Mascot.” The author, a Choctaw Indian from Oklahoma writes about modern life in America, as well as the strange and humorous encounters she’s had with Arabs in Syria, and Jews in Israel. She writes of growing up in a family of native storytellers who tell of their lives and experiences.
Savage Conversations
Author: Leanne Howe
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ISBN: 1566895316
Pages: 144
Year: 2019-02-05
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The 1862 mass execution of 38 Dakota nightly haunts Mary Todd Lincoln, institutionalized and alone with her ghosts.
Where the Pavement Ends
Author: William S. Yellow Robe
Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press
ISBN: 0806132655
Pages: 169
Year: 2000
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The Star Quilter -- a staged reading at the Crystal Theatre in Missoula, Montana, 1988 -- a radio broadcast by the British Broadcasting Corporation in its Radio Drama series, 1996 -- a staged reading by the New Jersey Repertory Theater Company, 1999 The Body Guards -- a full production by the Wakiknabe Theater Company, an intertribal theater company, in Albuquerque, New Mexico, 1997 -- a second production by Wakiknabe at the Taos Arts Association, Taos, New Mexico, 1999 -- a staged reading by the New Jersey Repertory Theater Company, 1999 Rez Politics -- a play reading sponsored by the Wakiknabe Theater Company, 1997 The Council -- a full production by the Seattle Children's Theatre, 1991 -- a full production by the Honolulu Theatre for Youth, 1992 -- a production by the Wakiknabe Theater Company as part of a children's festival sponsored by the National Museum of the American Indian, New York City, 1999 Sneaky -- a production at the New World Theatre, 1987 -- a staged reading at Joe Papp's Public Theatre/New York Shakespeare Festival Theatre, 1995 -- two productions by the Wakiknabe Theater Company, 1998, 1999
Seeing Red—Hollywood's Pixeled Skins
Author: LeAnne Howe, Harvey Markowitz, Denise K. Cummings
Publisher: MSU Press
ISBN: 1609173686
Pages: 180
Year: 2013-03-01
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At once informative, comic, and plaintive, Seeing Red—Hollywood’s Pixeled Skins is an anthology of critical reviews that reexamines the ways in which American Indians have traditionally been portrayed in film. From George B. Seitz’s 1925 The Vanishing American to Rick Schroder’s 2004 Black Cloud, these 36 reviews by prominent scholars of American Indian Studies are accessible, personal, intimate, and oftentimes autobiographic. Seeing Red—Hollywood’s Pixeled Skins offers indispensible perspectives from American Indian cultures to foreground the dramatic, frequently ridiculous difference between the experiences of Native peoples and their depiction in film. By pointing out and poking fun at the dominant ideologies and perpetuation of stereotypes of Native Americans in Hollywood, the book gives readers the ability to recognize both good filmmaking and the dangers of misrepresenting aboriginal peoples. The anthology offers a method to historicize and contextualize cinematic representations spanning the blatantly racist, to the well-intentioned, to more recent independent productions. Seeing Red is a unique collaboration by scholars in American Indian Studies that draws on the stereotypical representations of the past to suggest ways of seeing American Indians and indigenous peoples more clearly in the twenty-first century.
American Gypsy
Author: Diane Glancy
Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press
ISBN: 0806134569
Pages: 218
Year: 2002
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Presents a collection of plays which cover such topics as generational relationships, Native American legends, and Native American beliefs, and includes an essay on Native American playwriting.
Ethnic Realities and the Church
Author: Donald Anderson McGavran
Publisher: William Carey Library
ISBN: 0878081682
Pages: 262
Year: 1979-01
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Sister Nations
Author: Heid Ellen Erdrich, Laura Tohe
Publisher: Minnesota Historical Society
ISBN: 0873516974
Pages: 230
Year: 2008-10-14
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A captivating anthology of fiction, prose, and poetry that celebrates the rich diversity of writing by Native American women today.
Trans-indigenous
Author: Chadwick Allen
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ISBN: 0816678197
Pages: 301
Year: 2012
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What might be gained from reading Native literatures from global rather than exclusively local perspectives of Indigenous struggle? Proposes methodologies for global Native literary studies based on focused comparisons of diverse texts, contexts, &traditions in order to foreground the richness of Indigenous self-representation. Aust/ NZ content.
Cheyenne Madonna
Author: Eddie D. Chuculate
Publisher: Black Sparrow Books
ISBN: 1574232169
Pages: 146
Year: 2010
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One stormy night in 1826, just north of Galveston Bay, Old Bull, a Cheyenne Indian who had just seen the ocean for the first time, found himself trying to outrace a hurricane. Lifted from his horse, spun around, and thrown down in the bayou, Old Bull rode the current into a small canyon, and survived. He was the only one of his party to return from the expedition, arriving home nearly naked, nearly hallucinating, riding a horse. Such is the auspicious beginning to the life of Jordan Coolwater, a distant relation to Old Bull, whom we meet as a boy in the 1970s, shooting turtles on a summer day, and being raised by his grandparents on Creek Indian land in the house of his great-great-grandfather, a survivor of the Trail of Tears. Bearing the burden of his ancestry, Jordan Coolwater - from bored young boy, to thoughtful teenager, struggling artist, escaped convict, and finally, father - is the subject of Eddie Chuculate's prize-winning collection of linked short stories. The first story in the collection, Galveston Bay, 1826, won an O'Henry Prize in 2007, and the second, Yo Yo, received a Pushcart Prize Special Mention. Reminiscent of Denis Johnson's Jesus's Son, Chuculate's gritty, deceptively simple stories also recall Junot Dias and Sherman Alexie. This is not only a portrait of a young Native American artist struggling with the two constants in his life, alcohol and art, but also a portrait of America, of its dispossessed, its outlaws, and its visionaries.
Junglee Girl
Author: Ginu Kamani
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ISBN: 185799857X
Pages: 208
Year: 1997
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In rich, ironic and revaeling prose Ginu Kamani depicts the lives of Indian women ranging accross class, age and attitude. JUNGLEE GIRL is a compelling and stimulating collection by a writer with a great future.
Keepers of the Morning Star
Author: Jaye T. Darby, Stephanie Fitzgerald
Publisher: Los Angeles, CA : UCLA American Indian Studies Center
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Pages: 386
Year: 2003-01-01
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Drama. Native American Studies. KEEPERS OF THE MORNING STAR is the first major anthology of Native women's contemporary theater bringing together works from established and new playwrights. This collection, representing a rich diversity of Native communities, showcases the exciting range of Native women's theater today from the dynamic fusion of storytelling, ceremony, music and dance to the bold experimentation of poetic stream of consciousness and Native agitprop.