My Home As I Remember

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An anthology of visual art, poetry and short stories from Native women in the United States and Canada, Mexico, and New Zealand.

 

This awesome anthology of visual art, poetry and short stories from Native women in the United States and Canada, New Zealand and Mexico, comes together as a richly varied creative expression of identity and place. Over 60 writers—some established, some published here for the first time—represented from nearly 25 nations, include Kenovjak Ashevak, Chrystos, Shelley Niro, Cheryl Savageau, Sandra Abena Songbird, Jan Bourdeau Waboose, and Rosemary White Shield. “The women in this book,” says Lee Maracle, “braid our strands of memory of home from the perspective of our origins, and our current womanhood; in the process, we reaffirm cultural origins, explore ourselves and experience rebirth.”

 

 

Editors: Lee Maracle (Stoh:lo), and Sandra Laronde (Teme-Augama Anishinaabe)

Illustrations: Color and black & white illustrations 

Binding Availability: Paperback 

Published: 2000

Tribes/Ethnic Groups: Various tribes