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Product Description: Literary Nonfiction. Native American Studies. The collected stories/essays in CHOCTALKING ON OTHER REALITIES, by Choctaw author LeAnne Howe, depict with wry humor the contradictions and absurdities that transpire in a life lived crossing cultures and borders...read more

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9781879960909 | Aunt Lute Books, October 29, 2013, cover price $14.95 | About this edition: Literary Nonfiction.

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Product Description: 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...read more
By Denise K. Cummings (editor), Leanne Howe (editor) and Harvey Markowitz (editor)

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9781611860818 | Michigan State Univ Pr, March 1, 2013, cover price $29.95 | About this edition: 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.

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Product Description: This collectively authored volume celebrates a group of Native critics performing community in a lively, rigorous, sometimes contentious dialogue that challenges the aesthetics of individual literary representation.Janice Acoose infuses a Cree reading of Canadian Cree literature with a creative turn to Cree language; Lisa Brooks looks at eighteenth- and early-nineteenth-century Native writers and discovers little-known networks among them; Tol Foster argues for a regional approach to Native studies that can include unlikely subjects such as Will Rogers; LeAnne Howe creates a fictional character, Embarrassed Grief, whose problematic authenticity opens up literary debates; Daniel Heath Justice takes on two prominent critics who see mixed-blood identities differently than he does in relation to kinship; Phillip Carroll Morgan uncovers written Choctaw literary criticism from the 1830s on the subject of oral performance; Kimberly Roppolo advocates an intertribal rhetoric that can form a linguistic foundation for criticism...read more

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9780806138879 | Univ of Oklahoma Pr, April 30, 2008, cover price $24.95 | About this edition: This collectively authored volume celebrates a group of Native critics performing community in a lively, rigorous, sometimes contentious dialogue that challenges the aesthetics of individual literary representation.

Product Description: Miko Kings is set in Indian Territory's queen city, Ada, Oklahoma, during the baseball fever of 1903 and simultaneously in 1969 during the Vietnam era. The story centers on the lives of Hope Little Leader, a Choctaw pitcher for the Miko Kings baseball team; Lucius Mummy, a switch hitter; and Ezol Daggs, the postal clerk in Indian Territory...read more

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9781879960787 | Aunt Lute Books, September 1, 2007, cover price $16.95 | About this edition: Fiction.
9781879960701 | Aunt Lute Books, August 30, 2007, cover price $13.95

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9781417793624 | Turtleback Books, September 1, 2007, cover price $23.30 | About this edition: Miko Kings is set in Indian Territory's queen city, Ada, Oklahoma, during the baseball fever of 1903 and simultaneously in 1969 during the Vietnam era.

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Winner of the 2006 Oklahoma book awards, this work contains dramatic events of the creation of a people, interwoven with a haunting narrative of their lost homelands. It takes readers through the chaos of lost lives and the cannibalism of fallen lovers.

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9781844710621 | Salt Pub, January 1, 2005, cover price $14.95 | About this edition: Winner of the 2006 Oklahoma book awards, this work contains dramatic events of the creation of a people, interwoven with a haunting narrative of their lost homelands.

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Product Description: Fiction. Native American Studies. Red Shoes, the most formidable Choctaw warrior of the eighteenth century, was 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...read more

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9781879960619 | 1 edition (Aunt Lute Books, September 1, 2001), cover price $16.95 | About this edition: Fiction.

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9780613627030 | Turtleback Books, December 1, 2003, cover price $23.30 | About this edition: Fiction.

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