New poets of Native nations / edited by Heid E. Erdrich.
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- ISBN: 9781555978099
- ISBN: 1555978096
- Physical Description: xvi, 284 pages ; 23 cm
- Publisher: Minneapolis, Minnesota : Graywolf Press, 
- Copyright: ©2018
"A landmark anthology celebrating twenty-one native poets first published in the twenty-first century"
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Introduction: twenty-one poets for the twenty-first century / Heid E. Erdrich -- Anasazi ; Nightsong ; Downpour ; Paper water ; Elegy for yucca fruit woman ; Hole through the rock / Tacey M. Atsitty -- 38 ; Whereas I did not desire in childhood ; Whereas re-solution's an act ; Obligations 1 ; Obligations 2 / Layli Long Soldier -- From IRL ; From Nature poem ; From Junk / Tommy Pico -- Waawiindamojig / The promisers ; Okanan / Bones ; Winiiam Aagimeke / William making snowshoes ; Agoozimakakiig Idiwag / What the peepers say ; Jiikimaadizi / A joyful life ; Mazinbii'amawaan / Sending messages / Margaret Noodin -- A mighty pulverizing machine ; The Haskell marching band ; Passive voice ; Quarter strain / Laura Da' -- Owotanna Sececa ; Linear process ; Genetic code ; Quantum theory ; Dakota homecoming ; Theory doesn't live here ; Undivided interest / Gwen Nell Westerman -- Leaving Tulsa ; Pottery lessons I ; Birthmark ; Chimera ; Blood moon triptych ; Canyon / Jennifer Elise Foerster -- Dome riddle ; Other small thundering ; American arithmetic ; The first water is the body / Natalie Diaz -- For the sake of beauty ; The sound of it ; Part gravel, part water, all Indian ; Blizzard South Dakota ; Northeast Portland ; Not just anybody can have one ; Red-ish brown-ish ; Plasmic kiln ; Song syntax cycle / Trevino L. Brings Plenty -- Warming ; Her/my arctic corpse whale ; The weight of the arch distributes the girth of the other ; A year dot ; Dog moon night at Noatak ; She travels / dg nanouk okpik -- Blackwater stole my pronoun ; In the cut ; What do they know of suffering, who eat of pineapples yearround ; As the owl augurs ; Stonewall to Standing Rock ; Horse vision ; The bear and the salmon ; When it rains it pours ; The bear was born / Julian Talamantez Brolaski -- Anchor-screws of culture ; Toward Mount Scott ; Ever since I can remember ; What is left ; Before we are eaten ; Glitter ; Hinterlands ; Hillbilly leviathan / Sy Hoahwah -- From Lisiensan Ga'lago ; From The Legends of Juan Malo [a Malologue] ; Ginen the Micronesian Kingfisher [I sihek] ; Ginen Tidelands [Latte Stone Park] [Hagatna, Guahan] ; (First trimester) ; (Papa and Wakea) ; (I Tinituhon) / Craig Santos Perez -- Simple four part directions for making Indian lit ; How soon ; Dear Sonny: ; Among the almost decolonized ; The mute scribe recalls some talking circle / Gordon Henry Jr. -- The petroglyphs at Olowalu ; On cooking Captain Cook ; Pele'aihonua ; Papatuanuku ; This island on which I love you ; Genesis / Brandy Nalani McDougall -- Casualties ; Crosscurrent ; Equilibrium ; We are the ones ; Heart Butte, Montana / M.L. Smoker -- A duck's tune ; Finders keepers: aboriginal responses to European colonization ; Ballast ; Catafalque ; Catafalque II ; The rope seethes / LeAnne Howe -- Now I'm a woman ; Thrones ; Green rainbow song ; Things to do in Suquamish ; Taken care of ; Aquarelle ; Light unburied, unchained ; Double vision / Cedar Sigo -- Amoroleck's words ; My standard response ; In memory of shame ; Abracadabra, an Abcedarian ; Bartolome de las Casas ; The poet I wish I was / Karenne Wood -- Speaking through our nations' teeth ; It goes something like this ; Repatriating ourselves ; Snagging the eye from Curtis ; A half-life of cardio-pulmonary function ; ... Bee / Eric Gansworth -- The hands of the Taino ; Leaving the old gods ; Ghazal of body ; From "The collectors" ; Tiger on the shoulder ; Hunters, gatherers ; Earthling / Janet McAdams.
New Poets of Native Nations gathers poets of diverse ages, styles, languages, and tribal affiliations to present the extraordinary range and power of new Native poetry. Heid E. Erdrich has selected twenty-one poets whose first books were published after the year 2000 to highlight the exciting works coming up after Joy Harjo and Sherman Alexie. Collected here are poems of great breadth--long narratives, political outcries, experimental works, and traditional lyrics--and the result is an essential anthology of some of the best poets writing now.
2018 Poets House Showcase.
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