Raven Tells Stories: An Anthology of Alaskan Native Writing

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Joseph Bruchac
Greenfield Review Press, Jan 1, 1991 - Literary Collections - 224 pages
Poetry. Fiction. Native American Studies. This anthology of native Alaskan writers helps map the rich and unique identity of the native Alaskan people. Included in the book are bios of the selected writers and bibliographies of their books. The authors include Diane E. Benson, Fred Bigjim, Robert H. Davis, Mary Lockwood, Yvone Mozee, Glen Simson, and Mary TallMountain. From different perspectives, each captures the environment of Alaska, their own relationship to that land, and the social particulars of an under-appreciated community.

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To provide a fresh look at Alaskan culture, editor Bruchac has compiled an assortment of poems, stories, essays, plays, and journal excerpts from the writings of native Alaskans. All deal with the ... Read full review

Contents

Diane E Benson
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from Sister Warrior a One Act play
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Hostage of the Past
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About the author (1991)

Joseph Bruchac is the author of Skeleton Man, The Return of Skeleton Man, Bearwalker, The Dark Pond, and Whisper in the Dark, as well as numerous other critically acclaimed novels, poems, and stories, many drawing on his Abenaki heritage. Mr. Bruchac and his wife, Carol, live in upstate New York, in the same house where he was raised by his grandparents.

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