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VIDEO: LINES I LOVED FROM SHERMAN ALEXIE’S “WHAT I’VE STOLEN, WHAT I’VE EARNED”

I recently read What I’ve Stolen, What I’ve Earned by Sherman Alexie.  It was amazing! Alexie is one of my favorite poets.  I own and have read, and re-read, his sex previous collections of poems. While reading the book I … Continue reading

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FOUND SONNET, LINES I LOVED FROM SHERMAN ALEXIE’S “WHAT I’VE STOLEN, WHAT I’VE EARNED”

Found Sonnet, Lines I Loved From Sherman Alexie’s What I’ve Stolen, What I’ve Earned By Jorge Antonio Vallejos 1. My Indian name is Wants  To Tell You His Indian Name Because It Makes Him Feel More Indian. 2. …my big brother, … Continue reading

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VLOG: MY FALL 2012 READING LIST

In my last post I shared my fall 2012 reading list.  It’s not as big as my summer 2012 reading list but it does have quite a few titles from different genres: poetry, short story, and non-fiction. Writers read.  That’s … Continue reading

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WAUBGESHIG RICE READS FROM “MIDNIGHT SWEATLODGE”

Polite, humble, and cool are three words I use to describe Waubgeshig Rice. Working with Waubgeshig to videotape him reading was easy.  He was patient and funny and appreciative of my work. I enjoyed reviewing and interviewing Waubgeshig Rice about … Continue reading

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