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STUDIES IN AMERICAN INDIAN LITERATURES
Volume 9 Supplement

Editor: Karl Kroeber
Assistant Editor: Linda Ainsworth
Bibliographer: LaVonne Brown Ruoff

Bibliographies of Fourteen
Native American Poets

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Table of Contents

Paula Gunn Allen   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    2
Peter Blue Cloud    .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   10
Joseph Bruchac II  .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   11   
Louise Erdrich   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .  13
Joy Harjo   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   18
Linda Hogan   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   24
Maurice Kenny   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    27
Duane Niatum   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    32
Simon Ortiz   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    36
Wendy Rose   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    43
Gerald Vizenor   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    48
Roberta Hill Whiteman   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    54
Ray A. Young Bear  .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .    57



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PAULA GUNN ALLEN

Books, Chapbooks, and
Book Length Manuscripts

        Non-Fiction

The Sacred Hoop: A Contemporary American Indian Perspective on American Indian Literature and American Feminism. Boston: Beacon Press. Forthcoming Winter 1986.

Editor, Studies in American Indian Literature: Critical Essays and Course Designs. New York: Modern Language Association, 1983.

        Fiction

The Woman Who Owned the Shadows. San Francisco: Spinsters Ink, 1983.

        Poetry

Skins and Bones. Poems written 1980-1984. Unpublished.

Shadow Country. Los Angeles: UCLA-American Indian Studies Center Press, 1982.

Star Child. Marvin, SD: Blue Cloud Quarterly Press, 1982.

A Cannon Between My Knees. New York: Strawberry Press, 1981.

Coyote's Daylight Trip. Albuquerque: La Confluencia, 1980.

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The Blind Lion. Berkeley: Thorp Springs Press, 1975.

Major Articles and Chapters in Books

"Chee Dostoyevsky Rides the Reservation." Forthcoming in Western American Literature.

"Kochinnenako in Academe: Three Approaches to Interpreting a Keres Indian Tale." Forthcoming in North Dakota Quarterly 52, no. 4 (Fall 1985).

"Violence and the American Indian Woman." Working Together to Prevent Sexual and Domestic Violence, Vol. 5, No. 4 (April). Seattle: Center for the Prevention of Sexual and Domestic Violence, 1985.

"Whose Dream is This, Anyway?" In Literature and the Visual Arts in Contemporary Society, for USA 20/21. Columbus: Ohio State Univ. Press, 1985.

"What There Is That's Holy: Imagining Wilderness as a Place With No People in It." In Wilderness and a New Vision: Study Guide for the Documentary "Wilderness Journal." Ed. and prod. Stephen Fisher. Los Angeles: KCET, 1984.

"Red Roots of White Feminism." Sinister Wisdom No. 25 (Spring 1984): 34-46.

"All The Good Indians." In The Sixties Without Apologies. Ed. Sohnya Sayres, et al. Minneapolis: Univ. of Minnesota Press, 1984, 226-30.

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"This Wilderness in My Bood: Spiritual Foundations of the Poetry of Six American Indian Women." In Coyote Was Here: Essays on Contemporary Native American Literary and Political Mobilization. Ed. Bo Schoeler. Aarhus, Denmark: Seklos, 1984, 95-115.

"Answering the Deer: Genocide and Continuance in American Indian Women's Poetry." American Indian Journal of Culture and Research 6 (Fall 1982): 35-45.

"Beloved Women: The Lesbian in American Indian Culture." Conditions 7 (1981): 65-87. Rpt. Woman-Identified Women. Eds. Trudy Darty and Sandee Potter. Palo Alto, CA: Mayfield Press, 1984, 83-96.

"The Grace That Remains." Book Forum 5 (1981): 376-82.

"A Stranger in My Own Life: Alienation in American Indian Prose and Poetry." MELUS 7 (Summer 1980): 32-0.

"The Psychological Landscape of Leslie Marmon Silko's Ceremony." American Indian Quarterly 5 (1979): 47-53. Rpt. as "The Feminine Landscape of Leslie Marmon Silo's Ceremony." In Studies in American Indian Literature, New York: MLA, 1983, 127-33.

"Looking Back: Ethnics in the Western Formalist Situation." Connections 2 (Summer 1976): 60-77.

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"The Sacred Hoop: A Contemporary Indian Perspective on American Indian Literature." In Literature of the American Indian: Views and Interpretations. Ed. Abraham Chapman. New York: New American Library, 1975, 111-36. Rpt. Cross Currents 25 (Summer 1976): 144-63. Rpt. The Remembered Earth: An Anthology of Contemporary Native American Literature. Ed. Geary Hobson. Albuquerque: Red Earth Press, 1979; rpt. Univ. of New Mexico Press, 1981, 222-39. Rpt. Symposium of the Whole: A Range of Discourse Toward an Ethnopoetics. Ed. Jerome and Diane Rothenberg. Los Angeles: Univ. of California Press, 1983, 173-86. Rpt. Studies in American Indian Literature. New York: MLA, 1983, 3-22.

"Mythopoeic Vision in Native American Literature." American Indian Culture and Research Journal 1 (1974): 3-13.

Anthologies and Magazines

        Fiction

Excerpts from Raven's Road, (novel). New America: A Review, Forthcoming Fall 1985.

"The Bearer of the Sun Arises," from The Woman Who Owned the Shadows. In That's What She Said: Contemporary Poetry and Fiction by Native American Women. Ed. Rayna Green. Bloomington: Indiana Univ. Press, 1984, 34-45.

"Tough Love," ( short story). In Earth Power Coming: Short_ Fiction in Native {6} American Literature. Ed. Simon J. Ortiz. Window Rock, AZ: Navajo Community College Press, 1983.

Excerpts from The Woman Who Owned the Shadows. Ikon, Spring 1983.

        Poetry

"Taking a Visitor to See the Ruins." Humour in America: The View from Open Places. Ed. Eleanor M. Bender; Guest Ed. Nancy Walker. Open Places Nos. 38/39 (Spring 1985): 201.

"What the Moon Said." In The 1985 Lunar Calendar. Ed. Nancy Passmore. Boston: The Luna Press, 1985.

"Beloved Women," excerpts from "Some Like Indians Endure," and excerpts from "The Lesbian in American Indian Cultures." In Another Mother Tongue: Gay Words, Gay Worlds, by Judy Grahn. Boston: Beacon Press, 1984.

Fifteen poems. In That's What She Said. Ed. Rayna Green. Bloomington: Indiana Univ. Press, 1984, 15-33.

"Grandmother." In Mother to Daughter, Daughter to Mother: A Feminist Press Day Book and Reader. Ed. Tillie Olson. Old Westbury, NY: The Feminist Press, 1984.

"Iroquois Sunday" and "Molly Brant, Iroquois Matron Speaks." River Styx 15 (1984): 80-83.

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"Dear World" and "Weed." Calyx 8 (Spring 1984): 73-74.

"Catching One Clear Thought Alive." In Women Poets of the World. Eds. Joanna Bankier and Deirdre Lashgari. New York: Macmillan, 1983, 428-29.

"Cowboy" and "High Steppin Seboyetano." In A Nation Within. Ed. Ralph Salisbury. Hamilton, New Zealand: Outrigger Publishers, 1983.

"Biopoetics Statement," "Grandmother," "Pocahontas to Her English Husband, John Rolfe," "Kopis'taya," "Powwow 79, Durango," and "Recuerdo." In Songs From This Earth on Turtle's Back: Contemporary American Indian Poetry. Ed. Joseph Bruchac. Greenfield Center, NY: Greenfield Review Press, 1983, 1-8.

"No Only, No Alone" and "Something Fragile, Broken." In The Clouds Threw This Light: Contemporary Native American Poetry. Ed. Phillip Foss. Santa Fe, NM: Institute of American Indian Arts Press, 1983, 11-14.

"Catching One Clear Thought Alive," "Medicine Song," "Grandmother," and "Moonshot, 1969." In The Third Woman: Minority Women Writers of the United States. Ed. Dexter Fisher. Boston: Houghton-Mifflin, 1980, 126-130.

"Snowgoose," "Rain for Kuwaik Buneya," "Tucson: First Night," "Hoop Dancer," "Ikce Wicasha," and "Lament for My Father, {8} Lakota." In The Remembered Earth. Ed. Geary Hobson. Albuquerque: Red Earth Press, 1979; rpt. Univ. of New Mexico Press, 1981, 217-21.

"The Trick is Consciousness." In Face of Poetry. Eds. Laverne Harrell Clark and Mary MacArthur. Washington, DC: Gallimaufry Press, 1977; rpt. The Face of Poetry, Chico, CA: Heidleberg Graphics, 1979.

"Grandmother" and "Wool Season." In Southwest: A Contemporary Anthology. Ed. Karl Kopp and Jane Kopp; Fiction Ed. Bert Lanier Stafford III. Albuquerque: Red Earth Press, 1977, 184-85.

"Medicine Song," "Hoop Dancer," "Deep Deep City Blues," "Ikce Wicasha," "Rain for Kawaik Buneya," "Mountain Song, "Crow Ambush," "Snowgoose," "Sandia Crest May, 1973," and "Jet Plane, Dhlanuwa." In Four Indian Poets. Ed. John R. Milton. Vermillion: Univ. of South Dakota Press, 1974, 33-50.

Essays, Review Essays, and Short Articles

Article for "A Brief Survey on Poetry Readings." Ed. Steve Abbott. Poetry Flash 125 (August 1983): 1.

" Let Us Continue." Connexions 8 (Spring 1983): 14.

"Gathering of the Tribe: Review of the Work of Judy Grahn." Contact II 5 {9} (Fall-Winter 1982 and Winter-Spring 1983): 7-9.

Review of This Bridge Called My Back: Writings by Radical Women of Color, eds. Cherrie Moraga and Gloria Anzaldua; Forward Toni Cade Bambara. Conditions 8 (1982).

"Forward." In Song of the Sky: Versions of American Indian Songs, by Brian Swann. New York: Four Zoas, 1982. Rpt. The Greenfield Review 9, nos. 3/4 (Winter 198 1/82): 116-21.

"Introduction." In Daughters, I Love You, by Linda Hogan. Denver, CO: Loretto Heights College, 1981, 1-3.

"Introduction." In Dancing Back Strong the Nation, by Maurice Kenny. Marvin, SD: Blue Cloud Quarterly Press, 1979, 1-3.

"Iyani: It Goes This Way." Introduction to Southwest Section. In The Remembered Earth. Ed. Geary Hobson. Albuquerque: Red Earth Press, 1979; rpt. Univ. of New Mexico Press, 1981, 191-193.

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PETER BLUE CLOUD

Poetry

Sketches in Winter, With Crows. New York: Strawberry Press, 1984.

Elderberry Flute Song. Trumansburg, NY: The Crossing Press, 1982.

The Paranoid Foothills. Brunswick, ME: Blackberry Press, 1981.

White Corn Sister. New York: Strawberry Press, 1979.

Back Then Tomorrow. Brunswick, ME: Blackberry Press, 1978.

Turtle, Bear and Wolf. Rooseveltown, NY: Akwesasne Notes Press, 1976.

Alcatraz Is Not An Island. Berkeley: Wingbow Press, 1972.



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JOSEPH BRUCHAC III

Poetry

Remembering the Dawn. Marvin, SD: Blue Cloud Quarterly Press, 1983.

Translator's Son. Merrick, NY: Cross-cultural Communications Press, 1980.

Ancestry. Fort Kent, ME: Great Raven Press, 1980.

The Good Message of Handsome Lake. Greensboro, NC: Unicorn Press, 1979.

Mu'Ndu Wi Go'. Marvin, SD: Blue Cloud Quarterly Press, 1978.

There are No Trees Inside the Prison. Brunswick, ME: Blackberry Press, 1978.

Entering Onondaga. Austin, TX: Cold Mountain Press, 1977.

This Earth is a Drum. Austin, TX: Cold Mountain Press, 1976.

Flow. Austin, TX: Cold Mountain Press, 1975.

The Buffalo in the Syracuse Zoo. Greenfield Center, NY: Greenfield Review Press, 1972.

Indian Mountain and Other Poems. Ithaca, NY: Ithaca House, 1971.

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Novel

No Telephone to Heaven. Merrick, NY: Cross-cultural Communications Press. Forthcoming Fall 1985.

Stories

The Wind Eagle and Other Abenaki Stories. Bowman Books, 1985.

Iroquois Stories, Tales of Heroes and Heroines, Monsters and Magic. Trumansburg, NY: The Crossing Press, 1985.

Stone Giants and Flying Heads, Adventure Stories of the Iroquois. Trumansburg, NY: The Crossing Press, 1978.

The Road to Black Mountain. Berkeley: Thorp Springs Press, 1976.

Turkey Brother and Other Iroquois Folk Stories. Trumansburg, NY: The Crossing Press, 1975.

Prose

How to Start and Sustain a Literary Magazine. Austin, TX: Cold Mountain Press, 1980.

The Dreams of Jesse Brown. Austin, TX: Cold Mountain Press, 1978

The Poetry of Pop. Paradise, CA: Dustbooks, 1973.



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LOUISE ERDRICH

Books

Love Medicine, (novel). New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1984. Awarded the National Book Critics Circle Award for Best Work of Fiction of 1984 and the Sue Kaufman Prize for Best Work of First Fiction given by the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters.

Jacklight, (poetry). New York: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1984.

Imagination, (textbook for children). Columbus, OH: Charles Merrill Company, 1981.

Anthologies and Magazines

Story in progress to appear in collection of works by Native American authors, Univ. of New Mexico Press. Forthcoming Fall 1985.

"Saint Marie." In Prize Stories 1985: The O. Henry Awards. Ed. William Abrahams. New York: Doubleday, 1985.

"Destiny," (story). The Atlantic Monthly, January 1985.

"The Little Book," (story). Formations, Spring 1985.

"The Beet Queen," (story). The Paris Review 27, no. 95 (Spring 1985).

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"The Air Seeder," (story). Antaeus 55 (Autumn 1985).

"Mister Argus," (story). The Georgia Review 39, no. 3 (Fall 1985).

"Pounding the Dog," (story). Kenyon Review 7, no. 4 (Fall 1985).

That's What She Said. Ed. Rayna Green. Bloomington: Indiana Univ. Press, 1984.

"Saint Marie," (story). The Atlantic Monthly, March 1984.

"The Ballad of Moustache Maud," (story). Frontiers, Summer 1984.

"Flesh and Blood," (story). Ms. Magazine, October 1984.

"The Plunge of the Brave," (story). New England Review 7, no. 1 (Autumn 1984)

"Lulu's Boys," (story). Kenyon Review 6, no. 4 (Fall 1984).

"Wild Geese," (story). Mother Jones, October 1984.

"Crown of Thorns," (story). Chicago Magazine, September 1984.

"The Beads," (story). North Dakota Quarterly 52, no. 1 (Winter 1984).

Best American Short Stories. Ed. Anne Tyler. Boston: Houghton-Mifflin, 1983.

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The Pushcart Prize, VIII: Best of the Small Presses. Ed. Bill Henderson. New York: The Pushcart Press, 1983.

"American Horse," (story). In Earth Power Coming. Ed. Simon Ortiz. Window Rock, AZ: Navajo Community College Press, 1983.

"Nuclear Detergent," (story). New England Review 5, no. 4 (Summer 1983).

"Scales," (story). The North American Review 267, no. 1 (March 1982).

"The World's Greatest Fisherman," (story). Chicago Magazine, October 1982.

"The Strange People," "Indian Boarding School," and "Painting of a White Gate and Sky," (poems). Frontiers, Fall 1981.

"Portrait of the Town Leonard" and "Leonard Commits Redeeming Adulteries with All the Women in Town," (poems). MSS., Spring 1981.

"The Red Convertible," (story). Mississippi Valley Review, Spring 1981.

"Turtle Mountain Reservation," (poem). Shenandoah 30, no. 2 (Spring 1979).

"The Lesky Girls," (poem). Carolina Quarterly 28 (Fall 1975).

"In the Midlands," (poem). Ms. Magazine, August 1979.

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" The Red Sleep of Beasts," (poem). Ellipsis, Spring 1979.

"Stripper," (poem). Webster Review, Summer 1979.

"To Otto, in Forgetfulness," "Here's a Good Word for Step-and-a-Half Waleski," and "My Name Repeated on the Lips of the Dead," (poems). Louisville Review, Fall 1978.

"The Rhubarb," "Lise," "From a Sentence in a Book of Italian Grammar," and "Tree Prayer," (poems). In Tilt. New Victoria Collective Editors and 50 Authors. Lebanon, NH: New Victoria Publishers, 1978.

"All the Comforts of Home," "His Death-map," and "Certain Fields," (poems). Dacotah Territory, Fall 1977.

"Maiden Sister" and "Insomniac's Journey," (poems). Bloodroot, Spring 1978.

"Tree Dweller" and "The Book of Water," (poems). Dacotah Arts Quarterly, Summer 1977.

"Twin," (poem). Primavera, Volume IV.

"Love Letters," "Windfalls," "A Change of Light," and "Listeners Unite," (stories). Published by Woman, magazine of Britain, 1980-1983 (under Milou North).

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"Images of Love," "Music to His Ears," and "Another Time, Another Love," (stories). Woman, (under Milou North, collaborations).

"A Change of Light," (story). Redbook, October 1980 (under Milou north, a collaboration).

"Listeners Unite," (story). Redbook, October 1980 (under Heidi Louise, a collaboration).

Works in Progress

The Beet Queen, (novel).

Tracks, (novel).

American Horse, (novel).



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JOY HARJO

Books

She Had Some Horses. New York: Thunder's Mouth Press, 1983.

What Moon Drove Me to This. Berkeley: I. Reed Books, 1980.

The Last Song. Las Cruces, NM: Puerto Del Sol Press, 1975.

Anthologies and Magazines

"Transformations." In Wind Row, Forthcoming 1985.

"Dancer" and "War Dog." Conditions, 1985.

"For Alva Benson . . ." and "Skeleton of Winter." The Women Writers Calendar. Trumansburg, NY: The Crossing Press, 1985.

"Mercy," "Transformations," "Resurrection," and " Bleed Through." In Tyuonyi. Santa Fe, NM: Institute of American Indian Arts Press, 1985.

Harper's Book of Twentieth Century Native American Poetry. Ed. Duane Niatum. San Francisco: Harper & Row. Forthcoming 1986.

That's What She Said. Ed. Rayna Green. Bloomington: Indiana Univ. Press, 1984.

Words in the Blood. Ed. Jamake Highwater. New York: New American Library, 1984.

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Native American Literature. New York: Twayne U.S. Authors Series, 1983.

" She Had Some Horses." The Greenfield Review 9, nos. 3/4 (Winter 1981/82). American Indian Writings Issue.

" From the Salt Lake City Airport." Sinister Wisdom, 1983. Native Women's Issue.

"Heartshed" and "A Hard Rain." Sinister Wisdom, 1983.

The Clouds Threw This Light. Ed. Phillip Foss. Santa Fe, NM: Institute of American Indian Arts Press, 1983.

Voices of Women. New York: Women's International Resource Exchange, 1983.

"Woman Hanging From the 13th Floor Window" and " Rainy Night." The Massachusetts Review 24 (1983).

"I Release You," "For Linda Calling From Room 231, Ramada Inn, Cortez, Colorado," "New Orleans," "For Alva Benson and For All Who Have Learned to Speak," and "Today a Woman Killed Herself." Cedar Rock 7 (1983).

Songs From This Earth on Turtle's Back. Ed. Joseph Bruchac. Greenfield Center, NY: Greenfield Review Press, 1983.

Songs From Turtle Island. Ed. Joseph Bruchac. Macedonia, Yugoslavia: Sovremenost Press/Macedonian Review, 1982.

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Coyote's Journey. Berkeley: Wingbow Press, 1982.

Three Poems. Frontiers, 1982.

"Two Horses" and "An Explosion of Horses." River Styx 9 (1981).

"Leaving," "White Bear," "September Moon," "Talking to the Moon #3," and "Talking to the Moon #4." Conditions 7 (1981).

From the Center: A Folio of Native American Art and Poetry. New York: Strawberry Press, 1981.

"A Manifesto." Quindaro 8-9 (1981).

Woman Poet: The West. Ed. Elaine Dallman. Reno, NV: Women-in-Literature, Inc., 1980.

Spawning the Medicine River. Ed. Phillip Foss. Santa Fe, NM: Institute of American Indian Arts Press, 1980.

Dreaming in the Dawn. Ed. Ruth Wildes Schuler. Novato, CA: Heritage Trails Press, 1980.

"Cuchillo." The Beloit Poetry Journal 30, no. 2 (Winter 1979-80).

The Third Woman. Ed. Dexter Fisher. Boston: Houghton-Mifflin, 1980.

Corn Soup. Santa Fe, NM: Institute of American Indian Arts Press, 1979.

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"Ice Horses," "What Music," and "Your Phone Call at 8 A.M." Contact II 14/15 (1979).

Heresies. New York: Heresies Collective, 1979.

The Remembered Earth. Ed. Geary Hobson. Albuquerque: Red Earth Press, 1979; rpt. Univ. of New Mexico Press, 1981.

The Ethnic American Woman: Problems, Protests, Lifestyle. Ed. Edith Blicksilver. Dubuque, IA: Kendall-Hunt Publishing Co., 1978.

"Morning Once More" and "Red Horse Wind Over Albuquerque." Puerto del Sol 15 (1978). New Mexico Anthology Issue.

Fugitive." El Nahuatzen. Ed. Lowell Jaeger. Iowa City: Univ. of Iowa Press, 1978.

"Someone Talking." Contact II, November-December 1978.

"Round Dance Somewhere Around Oklahoma/November Night." Y'Bird 1 (1978).

The Indian Rio Grande: Recent Cultures. Eds. Gene Frumkin and Stanley Noyes. Los Cerrillos, NM: San Marcos Press, 1977.

"Four Horse Songs," "Crows/And I Know My Part in It, Too," and "We Are All Foreigners." Phantasm 2 (March-April 1977).

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"Oklahoma war nie so schoen," and Unterwegs nach Pojoaque." Exempla, Jahgang 3-Band 1 (1977). German Publication.

"White Sands," "The Last Song," "Are You Still There," and "3 AM." In Southwest: A Contemporary Anthology. Eds. Karl Kopp and Jane Kopp. Albuquerque: Red Earth Press, 1977.

" The Last Song." In Face of Poetry. Eds. Laverne Harrell Clark and Mary MacArthur. Washington, DC: Gallimaufry Press, 1977; 2nd Ed. The Face of Poetry, Chico, CA: Heidleberg Graphics, 1979.

"For a Girl I Once Knew," "San Juan Pueblo and South Dakota Are 800 Miles Away on a Map," "For a Hopi Silversmith," "To a Black-Haired Daughter Sleeping," and "Winter Sun." In The First Skin Around Me: Contemporary American Tribal Poetry. Ed. James L. White. Moorehead, MN: The Territorial Press, 1975.

"He Told Me His Name Was Sitting Bull." In Traveling America with Today's Poets. New York: Macmillan, 1977.

"It's the Same at Four A.M." Thunderbird 24 (1976).

"Conversations Between Here and Home," "The Last Song," and "Watching Crow . . . ." Puerto Del Sol, Fall 1975.

"The Lost Weekend Bar," "Creek Mother Poem," "Lame Deer," "Ignacio, CO," "Snake Poem I," "A Hopi Woman Talking," and "The {23} People." In Settling America: The Ethnic Expression of 14 Contemporary Poets. Ed. David Kherdian. New York: Macmillan, 1974.

"Oklahoma Was Never Beautiful," "Black Hllls," "Going Towards Pojoaque," "From a Photo by Richard Erdoes," "Waiting," and "Kansas City Coyote." Dacotah Territory 6 (Winter 1973/74).

"Oklahoma: Going Back," "For That Indian ln Ignacio," and "Gallup." In Passing Through. El Paso, TX: Santay Publishing Co., 1974.

"Tulsa Blues" and "Untitled." Thunderbird 21 (March/April 1972).

Essays and Review Articles

Review of Horses Make a Landscape Look More Beautiful, by Alice Walker. The Bloomsbury Review 5 (April 1985).

Review of Chosen Poems, by Audre Lorde. Sinister Wisdom, 1983.

Review of Pin Money, by Jana Harris. Contact II 3 (Spring 1979).

Review of Custer Lives in Humboldt County by Jane Campbell Hale. Contact II 3 (Summer 1979).



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LINDA HOGAN

Books

Failure of Love, (novel). Unpublished ms.

Seeing Through the Sun. Amherst: Univ. of Mass. Press. 1985.

The Black Horse. Story Chapbook including story by author's father. Pueblo of Acoma Press, 1985.

Eclipse. Los Angeles: UCLA-American Indian Studies Center Press, 1983.

Daughters, I Love You. Denver, CO: Loretto Heights Monograph Series, 1981.

Calling Myself Home. Greenfield Center, NY: Greenfield Review Press, 1980. 2nd Edition, 1982.

Anthologies

Voices from Wah'kon-Tah: Contemporary Poetry of Native America. Eds. Robert K. Dodge and Joseph B. McCullough. New York: International Publishers, 1974. 2nd Edition, 1985.

Friendship With the Earth. Vienna, Austria, 1985.

Daughters, I Love You. Toronto Board of Education Publication, 1985.

That Which Divides Us. Forthcoming 1985.

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That's What She Said. Ed. Rayna Green. Bloomington: Indiana Univ. Press, 1984.

Wounds Beneath the Flesh. Ed. Maurice Kenny. Marvin, SD: Blue Cloud Quarterly Press, 1983.

Earth Power Coming. Ed. Simon Ortiz. Window Rock, AZ: Navajo Community College Press, 1983.

The Clouds Threw This Light. Ed. Phillip Foss. Santa Fe, NM: Institute of Indian Arts Press, 1983.

Songs From This Earth on Turtle's Back. Ed. Joseph Bruchac. Greenfield Center, NY: Greenfield Review Press, 1983.

A Nation Within. Ed. Ralph Salisbury. Hamilton, New Zealand: Outrigger Publishers, 1983.

International Women's Peace Anthology, 1982.

Songs From Turtle Island. Ed. Joseph Bruchac. Macedonia, Yugoslavia: Sovremenost Press/Macedonian Review, 1982.

Carriers of the Dream Wheel: Contemporary Native American Poetry. Ed. Duane Niatum. New York: Harper & Row, 1975.

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Articles

"The Indian Writer as Houdini: Examining the Binds." In Writers on Social Responsibility. Advanced Humanities Institute. Amherst: Univ. of Mass. Press, 1984.

" Four Indian Women." The Bloomsbury Review, April 1984.

"Politics and Renewal: The Literature of Meridel LeSueur." The Bloomsbury Review, August 1983.

"The Transformation of Tribalism." Book Forum 5, no. 3 (1980).

"Assimilation and 19th Century Native American Poetry." Wassaja & Indian Historian, Fall 1980. Rpt. Critical Essays in Native American Literature. Ed. Andrew Wiget. New York: G. K. Hull, 1984.

From This Earth: Native American Women Writers." Snowy Egret, 1980.

"Who Puts Together." Denver Quarterly, May 1980. Rpt. Studies in American Indian Literature. Ed. Paula Gunn Allen. New York: MLA, 1983.



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MAURICE KENNY

Books

Between Two Rivers: Selected Poems 1958-1984. Buffalo, NY: White Pine Press, Forthcoming 1986.

Rain & Other Stories, (fiction). SD: Blue Cloud Quarterly Press, Forthcoming 1985.

Is Summer This Bear. Saranac Lake, NY: Chauncy Press, 1985.

Editor, Wounds Beneath the Flesh. Marvin, SD: Blue Cloud Quarterly, 1984.

The Mama Poems. Buffalo, NY: White Pine Press, 1984. Winner American Book Award.

Blackrobe. Saranac Lake, NY: North Country Community College Press, pb. 1982; cloth 1983.

The Smell of Slaughter. Marvin, SD: Blue Cloud Quarterly Press, 1982.

Boston Tea Party. Soup Press, 1982.

Kneading the Blood. New York: Strawberry Press, 1981.

Only as Far as Brooklyn. Boston: Good Gay Poets, 1980.

Dancing Back Strong the Nation. Marvin, SD: Blue Cloud Quarterly Press, 1979. 2nd Ed. Buffalo, NY: White Pine Press, 1981.

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North: Poems of Home. Marvin, SD: Blue Cloud Quarterly, 1977.

I Am The Sun. New York: Dodeca, 1976. 2nd Ed. Buffalo, NY: White Pine Press, 1979.

With Love to Lesbia. Aardvark Press, 1959.

Dead Letters Sent. Troubador Press, 1958.

Anthologies

Harper's Book of Twentieth Century Native American Poetry. Ed. Duane Niatum. San Francisco: Harper & Row, 1986.

Voices From Wah'kon-Tah. Ed. Robert K. Dodge and Joseph B. McCullough. New York: International Publishers, 2nd Ed., 1985.

Generation of Resistance. Indigena Press, 1985.

No Rio Anthology. A B C No Rio, 1984.

Words in the Blood. Ed. Jamake Highwater. New York: New American Library, 1984.

Alive Now. The Upper Room, 1984.

Voices Against the Wilderness. Black Cardinal, 1984.

Coyote Was Here. Ed. Bo Schoeler. Aarhus, Denmark: Seklos, 1984.

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The Clouds Threw This Light. Ed. Phillip Foss. Santa Fe, NM: Institute of American Indian Arts Press, 1983.

Earth Power Coming. Ed. Simon Ortiz. Window Rock: Navajo Community College Press, 1983.

Songs From This Earth on Turtle's Back. Ed. Joseph Bruchac. Greenfield Center, NY: Greenfield Review Press, 1983.

A Nation Within. Ed. Ralph Salisbury. Hamilton, New Zealand: Outrigger Publishers, 1983.

An Americas Anthology: A Geopoetics Landmark. Ed. Clinton Montag. St. Paul, MN: New Rivers, 1983.

The Son of the Male Muse. Trumansburg NY: The Crossing Press, 1983.

American Indian Writings. Ed. Joseph Bruchac. The Greenfield Review 9, nos. 3/4 (Winter 1981/82).

Trends. Scotland: Paisley College Press, 1981.

Dreaming in the Dawn. Ed. Ruth Wildes Schuler. Novato, CA: Heritage Trails Press, 1980.

Contemporary American Literature. Catalogue No. 1. Berkeley, CA: Before Columbus Foundation, 1979, 1981.

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The Remembered Earth. Ed. Geary Hobson. Albuquerque: Red Earth Press, 1979; rpt. Univ. of New Mexico Press, 1981.

From the Hudson to the World. Hudson River Clearwater Sloop, 1978.

For the Time Being. Beil Press, 1978.

On Turtle's Back: A Biogeographic Anthology of New York State Poetry. Ed. Dennis Maloney. Buffalo, NY: White Pine Press, 1978.

Orgasms of Light: The Gay Sunshine Anthology. Ed. Winston Leyland. San Francisco: Gay Sunshine Press, 1977.

From the Belly of the Shark: A New Anthology of Native Americans. Ed. Walter Lowenfels. New York: Vintage-Random House, 1973.

Television/Video

"Kneading the Blood." Buffalo State University Presents. SUCB TV.

" Handing the Baton." Poem composed by and voice over by Maurice Kenny. Animated film by Judy Fogleman. Museum of Modern Art, New York.

"Today in New York." NBC TV, New York. Also appeared on local channels in St. Louis, Binghamton, Oakland, San Francisco, Saranac Lake, and Buffalo.

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"Dancing Back Strong the Nation." SDP TV, Vermillion, SD.

"I am the Sun." Mills College, Oakland, CA. Choreographed by Sharol Graves for Master's Degree.

" ExPressions 5." Laney College, Oakland, CA.

"I am the Sun." KQED TV, San Francisco, CA.



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DUANE NIATUM

Books

Drawings of the Song Animals: New and Selected Poems. Unpublished ms.

Editor, Harper's Book of Twentieth Century Native American Poetry. San Francisco: Harper & Row. Forthcoming 1986.

Raven and the Fear of Growing White. Amsterdam, Holland: Bridges Press, 1983.

Pieces. A Chapbook. New York: Strawberry Press, 1981.

Songs for the Harvester of Dreams. Seattle: Univ. of Washington Press, 1981.

To Bridge the Dream. A Story Chapbook. Laguna, NM: A Press Ltd., 1978.

Turning to the Rhythms of Her Song. A Chapbook. Seattle, WA: The Jawbone Press, 1977

Digging Out the Roots. New York: Harper & Row, 1977.

Editor, Carriers of the Dream Wheel. New York: Harper & Row. 1975.

Ascending Red Cedar Moon. New York: Harper & Row, 1974.

Taos Pueblo and Other Poems. A Chapbook. Illustrated by Wendy Rose. Greenfield Center, NY: Greenfield Review Press, 1973.

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A Cycle for the Woman in the Field. A Chapbook. Illustrated by Jane Berniker. Laughing Man Press, 1973.

After the Death of an Elder Klallam. Phoenix, AZ: Baleen Press, 1970.

Anthologies

Coyote Was Here. Ed. Bo Schoeler. Aarhus, Denmark: Seklos, 1984.

Words in the Blood. Ed. Jamake Highwater. New York: New American Library, 1984.

I Stand In Good Relation to the Earth. Ed. Alexandr Vaschenko. Moscow: Raduga Publishers, 1983.

Songs from This Earth on Turtle's Back. Ed. Joseph Bruchac. Greenfield Center, N.Y.: Greenfield Review Press, 1983.

A Nation Within. Ed. Ralph Salisbury. Hamilton, New Zealand: Outrigger Publishers, 1983.

Wounds Beneath the Flesh. Ed. Maurice Kenny. Marvin, SD: Blue Cloud Quarterly Press, 1983.

Songs From Turtle Island. Ed . Joseph Bruchac. Macedonia, Yugoslavia: Sovremenost Press/Macedonian Review, 1982.

This Song Remembers: Self-Portraits of Native Americans in the Arts. Ed. Jane B. Katz. Boston: Houghton-Mifflin Co., 1980.

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Arrangement in Literature. Glenview, IL: Scott, Foresman and Co., 1979.

The Remembered Earth. Ed. Geary Hobson. Albuquerque: Red Earth Press, 1979; rpt. Univ. of New Mexico Press, 1981.

Digte. Ed. Vagn Lundbye. Valby, Denmark: Borgens Forlag Publishers, 1977.

Good Company: Poets at Michigan. Ed. Jeanne Rockwell. Ann Arbor, MI: Noon Rock Press, 1977.

The First Skin Around Me. Ed. James L. White. Moorehead, MN: The Territorial Press, 1975.

Giant Talk: An Anthology of Third World Writings. Eds. Quincy Troupe and Rainer Schulte. New York: Vintage Books, 1975.

The Uses of Poetry. Ed. Agnes Stein. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1975.

American Indian Prose and Poetry: We Wait in the Darkness. Eds. Gloria Levitas, Frank Robert Vivelo, and Jacqueline Vivelo. New York: Putnam's, 1974.

Voices from Wah' kon-Tah. Eds. Robert K. Dodge and Joseph B. McCullough. New York: International Publishers, 1974. 2nd Edition, 1985.

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From the Belly of the Shark. Ed. Walter Lowenfels. New York: Vintage-Random House, 1973.

An American Indian Anthology. Ed. Brother Benet Tvedten. Marvin, SD: Blue Cloud Quarterly Press, 1971.



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SIMON ORTIZ

Books

        Fiction

Fightin': New & Collected Stories. New York: Thunder's Mouth Press, 1983.

Howbah Indians. Tucson: Blue Moon Press, 1978.

Children's and Oral Literature

Blue and Red. Acoma, NM: Acoma Partners in Basics, 1982.

The Importance of Childhood. Acoma, NM: Acoma Partners In Basics, 1982.

The People Shall Continue. San Francisco: Children's Book Press, 1978.

        Poetry

From Sand Creek. New York: Thunder's Mouth Press, 1981.

A Poem is a Journey. Bourbonais, IL: Pteranadon Press, 1981.

A Good Journey. Berkeley: Turtle Island Press, 1977.

Going for the Rain. New York: Harper & Row, 1976.

Naked in the Wind. Pembroke, NC: Quetzal-Vihio Press, 1971.

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Poetry and Non-Fiction

Editor, Earth Power Coming. Tsaile, AZ: Navajo Community College Press, 1983.

Co-editor, Ceremony of Brotherhood. Albuquerque: Academia Publications, 1981.

Fight Back: For the Sake of the People, For the Sake of the Land. Albuquerque: INAD-University of New Mexico, 1980.

        Essay

Song, Poetry, and Language. Tsaile, AZ: Navajo Community College Press, 1977. Essay Bulletin on Rothenberg Collection.

Essays

"We Shall Endure." In The Remembered Earth. Ed. Geary Hobson. Albuquerque: Red Earth Press, 1979; rpt. Univ. of New Mexico Press, 1981.

"An American Vision: Indian Poetry." In Calafia: The California Poetry. Project Dir. Ishmael Reed. Berkeley: Y'Bird Books, 1979.

"Some Notes on Indian Poems." In From the Belly of the Shark. Ed. Walter Lowenfels. New York: Vintage-Random House, 1973.

"This America." Perspectives, The Civil Rights Quarterly 14 (1982).

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"The Contemporary Native American Writer." Alaska Council on the Arts, Native Arts Issue 8 1/82, 1982.

"Towards a National Indian Literature: Cultural Authenticity in Nationalism." MELUS 8 (Summer 1981).

" Literature: A Decade Review." American Indian Journal 6. Washington, DC: Institute for the Development of Indian Law, 1980.

"Song, Poetry and Language: Expression and Perception." A Journal of Contemporary Literature 4 (Fall 1979).

"Song/Poetry and Language." Sun Tracks 3 (Spring 1977).

Anthologies

"My Father's Song," "A New Story," "Indian Guys at the Bar," "Survival This Way," and selections from From Sand Creek. In Songs From This Earth on Turtle's Back. Ed. Joseph Bruchac. Greenfield Center, NY: Greenfield Review Press, 1983.

Selections from From Sand Creek. The Pushcart Prize VII: Best of the Small Presses. Ed. Bill Henderson. Wainscott, NY: The Pushcart Press, 1982.

"Home Country," (story). Raven's Journal. Sitka, AK: Sitka Community Association, 1982.

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"The Creation: According to Coyote." In Dacotah Territory: A 10 Year Anthology. Fargo: North Dakota Institute for Regional Studies, 1982.

"Danny and I Listened." In From the Center. New York: Strawberry Press, 1981.

"He Spoke, She Spoke." In Ceremony of Brotherhood. Albuquerque, NM: Academia Publications, 1981.

"Woman Singing," (story). In The Remembered Earth. Ed. Geary Hobson. Albuquerque: Red Earth Press, 1979; rpt. Univ. of New Mexico Press, 1981.

"A Barroom Fragment," "Washyuma Motor Hotel," "The Significance of a Veteran's Day," and "To & Fro." In American Indian Literature: An Anthology. Ed. Alan R. Velie. Norman: Univ. of Oklahoma Press, 1979.

"They Come Around, The Wolves--And Coyote and Crow Too." In Calafia: The California Poetry. Project Dir. Ishmael Reed. Berkeley, CA: Y'Bird Books, 1979.

"Hehyaashi Gutaah," "Time to Kill in Gallup," "A San Diego Poem: January-February 1973," "Dry Root in a Wash," "To Insure Survival," "Travels in the South," "Yuusthiwa," "The Boy & Coyote," "Juanita, Wife of Manuelito," "The Significance of a Veteran's Day," and "My Father's Son." In The Remembered Earth. Ed. Geary Hobson. Albuquerque: Red Earth Press, 1979; rpt. Univ. of New Mexico Press, 1981.

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"The Significance of a Veteran's Day," "My Mother and My Sisters," and "Washyuma Motor Hotel." In A Geography of Poets. New York: Bantam Books, 1979.

"A Birthday Kid Poem" and "Right of Way." Contemporary American Literature. Catalogue No. 1, Before Columbus Foundation, Berkeley, CA, 1979, 1981.

"Indian Guys at the Bar," "The Expectant Father," "Some 5-Day Drunk Poems," and "July 12." In The Next World: Poems by 32 Third World Americans. Ed. Joseph Bruchac. Trumansburg, N.Y.: The Crossing Press, 1978.

"That's the Place Indian People Talk About." Ecology and Consciousness. Issue No. 15, Io Series. Richmond, CA: North Atlantic Books, 1978.

"Crossing the Colorado River Into Yuma." In Traveling America with Today's Poets. New York: Macmillan, 1977.

"Near Indian River, Maine," "Vada's in Cuba, New Mexico," "Indianhead Bay," "Two Coyote Memories," "Watching Salmon Jump," "Some Indians at a Party," and "How Much Coyote Remembered." In The Indian Rio Grande. Eds. Gene Frumkin and Stanley Noyes. Los Cerrillos, NM: San Marcos Press, 1977.

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"Four Bird Songs," "What They Said," "What Joy Said on Two Occasions," "These Following Words," "Earth Woman," "Vision Shadows," and "A Designated National Park." In A Decade & Then Some. Buffalo, NY: Intrepid Press, 1976.

"After the War," "Streetlight Pole," "Choking," "Waiting for Change," and "Guns." In The First Skin Around Me. Ed. James L. White. Moorehead, MN: The Territorial Press, 1975.

"To Insure Survival," "The Creation: According to Coyote," "A San Diego Poem: January-February 1973," "A Pretty Woman," "What I Tell Him," "Waiting For You to Come By," "Forming Child Poems," "The Serenity Possible in Stones," "Watching Salmon Jump," "Survival This Way," and "Bony." In Carriers of the Dream Wheel. Ed. Duane Niatum. New York: Harper & Row, 1975.

"And the Land is Just as Dry." In Chronicles of American Indian Protest. New York: Council on Interracial Books for Children, 1979.

"Relocation" and "Missing That Indian Name of Roy or Ray." In Speaking for Ourselves. Eds. Lillian Faderman and Barbara Bradshaw. Glenview, IL: Scott, Foresman & Co., 1969. 2nd Ed. 1975.

"How to Make a Good Chili Stew." In John Keats's Porridge: Favorite Recipes of American Poets. Iowa City: Univ. of Iowa Press, 1975.

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"Dry Roots in a Wash," "East Texas Morning," and "Buzzard." In Sol Tide. Guadalupita, NM: Tooth of Time Press, 1974.

"Kaiser and the War," (story). In The Portable North American Indian Reader. Ed. Frederick W. Turner III. New York: Viking Press, 1974.

"The San Francisco Indians," "Kaiser and the War," "A Story of Rios and Juan Jesus," "The Killing of a State Cop," and "The End of Old Horse." The Man to Send Rain Clouds. Ed. Kenneth Rosen. New York: Viking Press, 1974.

"War Poem." In From the Belly of the Shark. Ed. Walter Lowenfels. New York: Vintage-Random House, 1973.



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WENDY ROSE

Books

Going to War with All My Relations. In press.

Dancing for the Whiteman. In press.

The Man Who Dreamed He Was Turquoise. Bilingual Hopi-English Poems. In press.

With Maurice Kenny. What the Mohawk Made the Hopi Say. New York: Strawberry Press. In press.

The Halfbreed Chronicles and Other Poems. Minneapolis, MN: West End Press, 1985.

What Happened When the Hopi Hit New York. New York: Contact II, 1982.

Lost Copper. Preface by N. Scott Momaday. Banning, CA: Malki Museum Press, 1980.

Builder Kachina: A Home-going Cycle. Marvin, SD: Blue Cloud Quarterly Press, 1979.

Poetry of the American Indian Series: Wendy Rose. American Visual Communications Bank, 1978. Multi-media.

Academic Squaw. Marvin, SD: Blue Cloud Quarterly Press, 1977.

Long Division: A Tribal History. New York: Strawberry Press, 1976, 1982.

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Hopi Roadrunner Dancing. Greenfield Center, NY: Greenfield Review Press, 1973.

Anthologies

Backward Dancer. Berkeley: Wingbow Press, In press.

A Gift of Tongues. Cambridge, MA: Alice James Books, In press.

Nuke Chronicles 2. Contact II, In press.

Theme and Form: A Writer's Anthology. New York: Harper & Row. Forthcoming 1986.

Spider Woman's Granddaughters. Boston: Beacon Press. Forthcoming 1986.

Harper's Books of Twentieth Century Native American Poetry. Ed. Duane Niatum. San Francisco: Harper & Row. Forthcoming 1986.

The New I. Onecraft Publishers, 1985.

Bearing Witness/Sobreviviendo. Calyx Press, 1984.

Words in the Blood. Ed. Jamake Highwater. New York: New American Library, 1984.

That's What She Said. Ed. Rayna Green. Bloomington: Indiana Univ. Press, 1984.

Burning with a Vision. Owlswick Press, 1984.

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A Gathering of Spirit. Sinister Wisdom Press, 1983/1984.

Wounds Beneath the Flesh. Ed. Maurice Kenny. Marvin, SD: Blue Cloud Quarterly Press, 1983.

The Clouds Threw This Light. Ed. Phillip Foss. Santa Fe, NM: Institute of American Indian Arts Press, 1983.

Arizona Anthem. Ed. Blair Aarmstrong. Mnemosyne Press, 1983.

Women Poets of the World. Eds. Joanne Bankier and Deridre Lashgari. New York: Macmillan, 1983.

Structure and Meaning: An Introduction to Literature. Ed. Anthony Dube, et al. Boston: Houghton-Mifflin, 1983.

A Nation Within. Ed. Ralph Salisbury. Hamilton, New Zealand: Outrigger Publishers, 1983.

Songs From This Earth on Turtle's Back. Ed. Joseph Bruchac. NY: Greenfield Review Press, 1983.

Coyote's Journey. Berkeley: Wingbow Press, 1982.

Through a Glass Darkly. Tennessee State University/Contemporary Press, 1982.

Velocities. Joron Productions, 1982.

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Alcatraz 2. Ed. Stephen Kessler. Santa Cruz, CA: Alcatraz Editions, 1982.

Anthology of Magazine Verse: Yearbook of American Poetry. Ed. Alan Pater. Monitor Books, 1981.

The Way We Lived: California Indian Reminiscences, by Malcolm Margolin. Berkeley: Heyday Books, 1981.

This Song Remembers. Ed. Jane Katz. Boston: Houghton-Mifflin, 1980.

Dreaming in the Dawn. Ed. Ruth Wildes Schuler. Heritage Trails Press, 1980.

The South Corner of Time: Hopi, Navajo, Papago, and Yaqui Tribal Literature. Ed Larry Evers. Tucson: Univ. of Arizona Press, 1980.

In Her Own Image: The Lives and Works of Women Artists. Eds. Ingrid Wendt and Elaine Hodges. Old Westbury, NY: The Feminist Press, 1980.

The Third Woman. Ed. Dexter Fisher. Boston: Houghton-Mifflin, 1980.

Networks. Ed. Carol Simone. Vortex Graphics, 1979.

The Remembered Earth. Ed. Geary Hobson. Albuquerque: Red Earth Press, 1979; rpt. Univ. of New Mexico Press, 1981.

The Next World. Ed. Joseph Bruchac. Trumansburg, NY: Crossing Press, 1978.

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I Am the Fire of Time. Ed. Jane Katz. New York: Dutton, 1977.

Reaping. Ed. Mary Rudge. Cocono Press, 1977.

First Annual Women's Poetry Festival Anthology. Ed. Noni Howard. New World Press Collective, 1977.

Contemporary Women Poets: An Anthology of California Poets. Ed. Jennifer McDowell. San Jose, CA: Merlin Press, 1977.

Discover America. Eds. Nils Peterson, John Galm, and Naomi Clark. San Jose Studies 2, 1976.

Carriers of the Dream Wheel. Ed. Duane Niatum. New York: Harper & Row, 1975.

Time to Greez! Incantations from the Third World. Ed. Janice Mirikitani, et al. San Francisco: New Glide Publications, 1975.

From the Belly of the Shark. Ed. Walter Lowenfels. New York: Vintage-Random, 1973.

Literature of the American Indian. Eds. Thomas Sanders and Walter Peek. Beverly Hills: Glencoe Press, 1974.

Speaking For Ourselves. Eds. Lillian Faderman and Barbara Bradshaw. Glenview, IL: Scott, Foresman, 1969; 2nd Ed. 1975.



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GERALD VIZENOR

Books

Matsushima: Pine Islands. Haiku. Minneapolis: Nodin, 1984. Poetry.

The People Named the Chippewa: Narrative Histories. Minneapolis: Univ. of Minnesota Press, 1984. Essays and Photographs.

Earthdivers: Tribal Narratives on Mixed Descent. Minneapolis: Univ. of Minnesota Press, 1981. Short stories and essays.

Summer in the Spring: Ojibwe Lyric Poems and Tribal Stories. Minneapolis: Nodin, 1981. Reprint of anishinabe adisokan and anishinabe nagamon below. Traditional Ojibwe narratives and songs.

Darkness in Saint Louis Bearheart. Minneapolis: Truck, 1978; republished Saint Paul: Bookslingers, 1979. Novel.

Wordarrows: Indians and Whites in the New Fur Trade. Minneapolis: Univ. of Minnesota Press, 1978. Stories and Essays.

The Everlasting Sky: New Voices from the People Named the Chippewa. New York: Macmillan, 1972. Essays.

anishinabe adisokan: Tales of the People. Minneapolis: Nodin, 1970. Traditional Ojibwe narratives originally published in The Progressive, the White Earth Reservation newspaper edited by Theodore Beaulieu (Vizenor's great uncle).

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anishinabe nagamon: Songs of the People. Minneapolis: Nodin, 1970. Vizenor's interpretations of traditional Ojibwe songs based on Francis Densmore's translations.

Escorts to White Earth: One Hundred Years on a Reservation. Minneapolis: Four Winds, 1968.

Empty Swings. Minneapolis: Nodin, 1967. Haiku.

Slight Abrasions: A Dialogue in Haiku. With Jerome Downes. Minneapolis: Nodin, 1966. Haiku.

Seventeen Chirps. Minneapolis: Nodin, 1965; rpt. 1968. Haiku.

Summer in the Spring. Minneapolis: Nodin, 1965. Poetry.

Raising the Moon Vines. Minneapolis: Nodin, 1964. Haiku.

Two Wings the Butterfly. Minneapolis: Privately Printed, 1962.

Anthologies and Magazines

        Fiction

"Reservation Cafe: The Origin of American Indian Instant Coffee." In Earth Power Coming. Ed. Simon Ortiz. Window Rock, AZ: Navajo Community College Press, 1983, 31-36.

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"White Noise." In White Noise, The Fellin Sisters, and the Man of Sorrows, by Gerald Vizenor, Lon Otto, and Jonis Agee. St. Paul: Fodder, 1983, 1-13.

"Anishinabica: Instant Tribal Coffee." Minneapolis Star, 1981.

"Word Cinemas" and selection from Four Skin, an unpublished novel. Book Forum 5 (Summer 1981). American Indians Today Issue, ed. Elaine Jahner.

"Land Fill Meditation." Minneapolis Star, Saturday Magazine, February 1979.

"Migration Tricks from Tribalness." Minnesota Monthly, February 1978.

"Paraday at the Berkeley Chicken Center." Metropolis Magazine, April 1977.

"The Psychotaxidermist." Minneapolis Star, Saturday Magazine, August 1978; rpt. in The Minnesota Experience. Ed. Jean Ervin. Minneapolis: Adams, 1979.

"Rattling Hail Ceremonial." Minnesota Star, Saturday Magazine, April 1978.

"MacChurbbs and the Celibate Juicer: Winter Quarter Lecture Notes." Metropolis Magazine, February 1977.

"I Know What You Mean, Erdupps MacChurbb." In Growing Up in Minnesota: Ten Writers Remember Their Childhoods. Ed. Chester Anderson. Minneapolis: Univ. of Minnesota Press, 1976, 79-111; rpt. Minnesota {51} Monthly, December 1977, and Minneapolis Tribune, December 1978. Fictionalized autobiography.

        Poetry

Songs From This Earth on Turtle's Back. Ed. Joseph Bruchac. Greenfield Center, NY: Greenfield Review Press, 1983.

This Song Remembers. Ed. Jane Katz. Boston: Houghton-Mifflin, 1980.

Voices of the Rainbow. Ed. Kenneth Rosen. New York: Viking, 1975.

The Haiku Anthology. Ed. Cor van den Heuvel. New York: Doubleday, 1974. Haiku poems reprinted.

From the Belly of the Shark. Ed. Walter Lowenfels. New York: Vintage-Random, 1971.

The Pursuit of Poetry. Ed. Louis Untermeyer. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1970. Haiku poems reprinted.

Articles, Editorials, and Essays

"Buffalo Bill: An Emblem of Ersatz History." Minneapolis Tribune, November 1981.

Indian Manikins with Few References." Minneapolis Tribune, September 1981; rpt. The Circle, November 1981.

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"Dennis Banks: What Sort of Hero?" Minneapolis Tribune, July 1978.

"Preserving Trivial Tattle in California." Minneapolis Tribune, February 1978.

"White Hawk and the Prairie Fun Dancers." Minnesota Alumni Magazine, October 1978.

"Minneapolis; The New Look Emerges." With the editor. Twin Citian Magazine, August 1977.

"Chippewa Indians." World Book Encyclopedia. 1975 ed.

"Roots of Urban Loneliness." Preview Magazine, March 1975.

"Tribal People and the Poetic Image." In American Indian Art. New York: Dutton, 1973.

"Almost a Beauty Mark." Rpt. in Racism. Washington, DC: U.S. Office of Education, 1971. Article on Thomas James White Hawk.

"Thomas White Hawk." Twin Citian Magazine, January 1970.

"Indian Education and Senator Mondale at Rough Rock." Twin Citian Magazine, 1969; rpt. Congressional Record.

"We Rarely Turn Anyone Down." Twin Citian Magazine, October 1969.

"Why Must Thomas White Hawk Die?" Twin Citian Magazine, June 1968.

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"How Syl Davis Sees It." Twin Citian Magazine, October 1967.

"The Indian in Minnesota." Twin Citian Magazine, May 1966.

"Job Corps: An Expensive Battle in a War on Poverty." Twin Citian Magazine, September 1966; rpt. in Congressional Record.

"Plymouth Avenue is Going to Burn." Twin Citian Magazine, October 1966.

"The Urban Indians." Twin Citian Magazine, June 1966.

Dramas

Harold of Orange. Film and unpublished screenplay, 1983. Minnesota Film-in-the-Cities Award; 30-minute film starring Charlie Hill (Oneida).

A Season for All Things. Washington, DC: Office of Economic Opportunity, 1967.



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ROBERTA HILL WHITEMAN

Books

Star Quilt. Minneapolis: Holy Cow! Press, 1984.

The Stream Invents a Smile. Helena: Montana Arts Council, 1980.

Anthologies and Magazines

Upriver Three. Ed. Bruce Taylor. Eau Claire: Upriver Press, 1984.

Words in the Blood. Ed. Jamake Highwater. New York: New American Library, 1984.

That's What She Said. Ed. Rayna Green. Bloomington: Indiana Univ. Press, 1984.

Women Poets of the World. Eds. Joanna Bankier and Deidre Lashgari. New York: Macmillan, 1983.

The Clouds Threw This Light. Ed. Phillip Foss. Santa Fe, NM: Institue of American Indian Arts, 1983.

Songs From This Earth on Turtle's Back. Ed. Joseph Bruchac. Greenfield Center; NY: Greenfield Review Press, 1983.

A Book of Women Poets from Antiquity to Now. Eds. Aliki Barnstone and Willis Barnstone. New York: Schocken, 1981.

"Midwinter Stars." The Nation 236 (October 1980).

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The Third Woman. Ed. Dexter Fisher. Boston: Houghton-Mifflin, 1980.

Guest Editor with Brian Swann, Shantih 4, no. 2 (Fall 1979). Native American Issue.

Poems. Sun Tracks 4 (Spring 1978).

Where We Are: A Montana Poets Anthology. Eds. Lex Runclman and Rick Robbins. Missoula, MT: Cut Bank/SmokeRoot Press, 1978.

"Patterns." North American Review 262, no. 3 (Fall 1977).

"Traveling the Borders." Frauenoffensiv. Munich, West Germany, Fall 1977.

The First Skin Around Me. Ed. James L. White. Moorehead, MN: The Territorial Press, 1975.

Carriers of the Dream Wheel. Ed. Duane Niatum. New York: Harper & Row, 1975.

" Seal at Stinson Beach." The Southern Poetry Review 13 (Fall 1973).

Poems. Dakotah Territory, Winter 1974.

Voices of the Rainbow. Ed. Kenneth Rosen. New York: Viking, 1975; Grove, 1980.

" Star Quilt." Poetry Northwest, Winter 1973.

"Falling Moon." The Northwest Review 13 (1973).

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Poems. American Poetry Review 2, no. 6 (November/December 1973).



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RAY A. YOUNG BEAR
(partial listing)

Books

Stories From the Woodland Region. New York: Harper & Row, 1985. Memoirs, translations and traditional stories.

Winter of the Salamander. New York: Harper & Row, 1981. Poetry.

Waiting to be Fed. Port Townsend, WA: Graywolf Press, 1975. Poetry.

Anthologies and Magazines

"From the Spotted Night," and "The First Dimension of Skunk." American Poetry Review 13, no. 6 (November/December 1984).

"Grandmother," " in the first place of my life," "one chip of human bone," "poem for viet nam," and "the last dream." In Songs From This Earth on Turtle' s Back. Ed. Joseph Bruchac. Greenfield Center, NY: Greenfield Review Press, 1983.

"The Last Dream," "War Walking Near," "For the Rain in March: The Blackened Hearts of Herons," "Coming Back Home," and "4 Songs of Life." In The Remembered Earth. Ed. Geary Hobson. Albuquerque, NM: Red Earth Press, 1979; rpt. Univ. of New Mexico Press, 1981.

Eighteen Poems. In Carriers of the Dream Wheel. Ed. Duane Niatum. New York: Harper & Row, 1975.

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"The Place of O," "What We Can," "The Place of V," "Before the Actual Cold," and " The Way the Bird Sat." In Voices of the Rainbow. Ed. Kenneth Rosen. New York: Viking, 1975.

"February Children." In American Indian Prose and Poetry. Eds. Gloria Levitas, Frank Vivelo, and Jacqueline J. Vivelo. New York: Putnam's, 1974.

Poems. In Come to Power. Ed. Dick Lourie. Trumansburg, NY: The Crossing Press, 1974.

"In Dream: The Privacy of Sequence" and "Waiting to be Fed." American Poetry Review 2, no. 6 (November/December 1973).



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