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Thursday Quotables - Ledfether

Instead of pulling the door shut, too, the kid, that Doby Saxon whose mum had married that Yellowtail who didn’t even have an Indian name anymore, he just stood there like he was waiting for permission to come in, waiting for me or Junior to say to him it was ok if he had the snow crusted all over him still, that he could stomp it off in here if he wanted, that we’d mop it up later.

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Thursday Quotable – Medicine River

“That’s strange, Will. Can’t imagine Harlen missing this.”
Neither could I. Harlen went to everything. He went to all the powwow. He went to all the funerals.

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Reading lists

Sometimes it can be difficult to find new books and new authors to read. So I’ve done some search and found some great lists to help open your mind and widen your reading lists. 65 more words

The Latest

CALLED HOME on Kindle and Amazon

List Price: $15.99 (paperback)  $6.99 Kindle ebook

6″ x 9″  358 pages

Blue Hand Books

ISBN-13: 978-0692245880

ISBN-10: 069224588X

TAGS: History / Native American

An important contribution to American Indian history told by its own lost children/adult survivors… 468 more words

Blue Hand Books

Winter in the Blood

I first heard about the film from Winter in the Blood late in 2011, when I first read the book. At the time, it was still been filmed. 125 more words

Native American Authors

Thursday Quotable - Winter in the Blood

The old woman imagined that the girl was Cree and enemy and plotted ways to slit her throat. One day, the flint striker would do; another day she favored the paring knife she kept hidden in her legging.

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You can’t sustain .  You become bitter.  Nothing’s going to change.  Anger leads to resentment, then to spiking your orange juice, then to martyrdom.

– Sherman Alexie