$8.00 each

A Breeze Swept Through

Luci Tapahonso writes poetry that teaches how to stand up to intimidation; how to grieve and how to not give a damn. Her poetic voice is strong and gentle—speaking for all women in Native America.

$14.00 each

A Really Good Brown Girl

A collection of poetry and memories about land, family, and the multiple boundaries imposed by the continuing colonization of the Métis people.

$15.00 each

Abiding Appalachia: Where Mountain and Atom Meet

Awiakta’s poetry follows the trail of Awi Usdi, Little Deer, through the saga of Tsali and the Trail of Tears, through her own childhood when the atom was split in secret, and into the heart of the atom itself.

$18.00 each

After and Before the Lightning

This volume of poems comes from a winter during which Ortiz lived and worked on the Rosebud reservation in South Dakota.

$15.00 each

An Eagle Nation

A tour into Indian Country and beyond: from Santa Monica, CA to Washington D.C., the Osage Nation and Oklahoma then Oxford and the Isle of Skye.

$14.00 each

Another Attempt at Rescue

Mandy Smoker is a consummate storyteller whose writing is a blessing, an antidote to the poison force-fed to Indian young people.

$15.00 each

At the Hems of the Lowest Clouds

This extraordinary marriage of visual and literary art offers a subtle and inspiring view of the Navajo landscape.

$11.00 each

Being on the Moon

A poignant collection of poems on topics from ceremony to sex to religion. The moon calendar is a consistent theme, as is womanhood.

$9.00 each

Beneath the Naked Sun

Fife’s words are so fierce and strong that readers will see her, standing with her fists clenched, defiantly spitting out an answer to Webster’s definition of the word “savage.”

$15.00 each

Blue Horses Rush In

This book is a gift to Tapahonso's granddaughters, and to all of us.

$17.00 each

Children Left Behind: The Dark Legacy of Indian Mission Boarding Schools

Tim Giago, who spent his childhood at one of these schools, examines the unholy alliance between church and state that tried to destroy generations of Indian children.

$13.00 each

Dirt Road Home

New England Indians have a history of being written off as not being “real Indians.”  Savageau speaks to this.

$16.00 each

Dog Road Woman

In her first collection of poems, Hedge Coke tells about surviving the Indian holocaust, and of the toughness and fragility of life under occupation.

$11.00 each

Drawings of the Song Animals

Niatum has chosen fifteen poems from twenty-five years of work and also includes poems that have not appeared previously.

$10.00 each

Drifting Through Ancestor Dreams

Lomatewama’s poetry is a celebration of the world around him.

$15.00 each

Elderberry Flute Song: Contemporary Coyote Tales

In these 56 poems and stories, Coyote is the comic, the amoral, and the obscene.

$18.00 each


Sherman Alexie’s first book of poems since 2000.

$20.00 each

First Indian on the Moon

In this stunningly detailed collection of poetry, Sherman Alexie once again serves up a sardonic lyrical snack.

$12.00 each

From Sand Creek

Ortiz’s stunning poems are about violence, victims, aggressors of 1864 massacre of 155 Cheyenne.

$16.00 each

From the Belly of My Beauty

In this bold collection of poems and essays, Esther Belin writes of being “raised on a mixture of traditional knowledge and urban life.”

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