Indigenous Nations Poets

Craig Santos Perez

Winter Storytelling at the D’Arcy McNickle Center in Chicago.

JOB OPPORTUNITY: Paid Poetry Coalition Fellowship position.

POSITION DESCRIPTION: Poetry Coalition Fellow LOCATION: Remote IN-NA-PO, Indigenous Nations Poets, a member of the Poetry Coalition, is accepting applications for a paid Poetry Coalition Fellowship position. This position is 20 hours per week from September 13, 2021...

INVITATION TO APPLY FOR FELLOWSHIP TO SEWANEE WRITERS’ CONFERENCE

INVITATION TO APPLY FOR FELLOWSHIP TO SEWANEE WRITERS’ CONFERENCE Greetings from In-Na-Po, Indigenous Nations Poets. We are a recently formed national organization committed to mentoring emerging writers, nurturing the growth of Indigenous poetic practices, and...

Book of the Month: “Copper Yearning” by Kimberly Blaeser

 

Kimberly Blaeser joined “NATIVE AMERICA CALLING’  on Wednesday, April 28 2021 to celebrate National Poetry Month by sharing her book “Copper Yearning.”

It’s full of poems that speak about Native people’s place in the world. That includes the connection to sacred places and lands and waterways that are challenged. Other poetic gems give the details of Native life center stage, down to the ribbon and jingles on a dancer’s dress. 

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Featured Books

Recent publications

Copper Yearning

Kimberly Blaeser

Poetry.

Bright Raft in the Afterweather

Jennifer Elise Foerster

Poetry

An American Sunrise

Joy Harjo

Poetry

Habitat Threshold

Craig Santos Perez

Poetry

RESISTER EN DANSANT

Kimberly Blaeser

Poetry.

Guard the Mysteries

Cedar Sigo

Poetry

The Eloquent Poem

Elise Paschen

Poetry

What the Chickadee Knows

Margaret Noodin

Poetry

She Had Some Horses

Joy Horjo

Poetry

In Mad Love and War

Joy Harjo

Poetry

A Casino Bestiary: POEMS (2017)

Denise Low

Poetry.

JACKALOPE

Denise Low

Short Fiction 

Shadow Light

Denise Low

Poetry.

Buffalo in Six Directions

Janet McAdams

Poetry

The Island of Lost Luggage

Janet McAdams

Poetry

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