Tag Archives: Native American Poetry

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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BCP ON “ONE VOICE RADIO” WITH MALIKAH AWERI AND DANE SWAN

Earlier this month I had the pleasure of being on One Voice Radio hosted by the ever talented poet and singer Malkah Aweri.   My co-guest was Toronto poet Dane Swan, author of Bending The Continuum.  We all participated at … Continue reading

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INTERVIEW WITH OJIBWE POET DAVID GROULX

David Groulx was raised in the Northern Ontario mining community of Elliot Lake. He is Ojibwe Indian and French Canadian. David studied creative writing at the En’owkin Centre in Penticton, BC, in 1998–1999, where he won the Simon J. Lucas … Continue reading

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BROKEN ARROW 2: OUR FOOTPRINTS: JOURNEYS ON THE RED ROAD

BROKEN ARROW 2 OUR FOOTPRINTS: JOURNEYS ON THE RED ROAD By Sagatay Men’s Writing Group  Reviewed by Jorge Antonio Vallejos Footprints show you were a person has been and where they are going.  Some are deep, others are surface, all … Continue reading

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THE BROWN FACE

The Brown Face By Jorge Antonio Vallejos I’ve got Scandalous by Psycho Realm playing as I write.  It’s a Brown thing.  Brown Pride more like it.  That’s what this is about.  It’s also a fitting song since I’ve been referred … Continue reading

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“BROKEN ARROW” CONTRIBUTORS JAMES C. MILES AND ALBERT MOORE READ THEIR POETRY

James C. Miles is a poet of Mohawk, Chippewa and Finish descent.  A crossword puzzle  fanatic, Miles was born and raised in Toronto and is a “proud Broadlands Park boy”.   Apart from writing poetry, Miles is a painter, leather … Continue reading

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