That's what she said: contemporary poetry and fiction by Native American women
The poems and stories Rayna Green has chosen for this collection represent some of the most interesting and innovative writing in today's literature, yet their authors are for the most part unrecognized outside of feminist and Native American circles. That's What She Said provides an opportunity to become acquainted with a unique, exciting body of work.
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