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ron-mcelroy's picture
In the recently published book, Wrong Side of the Tracks, Hawaiian history, culture and heritage are profoundly discussed, not only providing background and setting for this succinctly touching autobiography, but a unique look into the not so distant past of this 54 year young United...
reid-gomez's picture
Today I spent the day working on a review of a collection of essays and making notes.  No submissions.  No replies (to queries or submissions).  Only their words, and my response.  "The neccessity of poetry has to be stated over and over, but only to those who have reason to...
peter-johnson's picture
The New York Times has a great story today (Sept. 20) about me and Alvin Parker, descendant of Ely Parker ("Grant's Indian"). Al and I spoke to the Civil War Forum of Metropolitan New York (www.cwfmny.org) last week about the Iroquois League, the Seneca heritage and my novel "Grant's...
stacy-ann-nyikos's picture
The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-time Indian by Sherman Alexie YA   It's a bit daunting to review a book that's won the National Book Award. I mean, does it get any better than that? Okay, there is the Pulitzer, or maybe the Nobel Prize, but hey, this is the National Book Award. Wow....
flash-gordon's picture
Today, our world is experiencing a rapid decline in cultural diversity and the eradication of indigenous peoples and their lifeway. One in five people in the world speak the same language: Mandarin Chinese. Spoken by the largest single ethnic group in the world - the Han - whose 1.3 billion...