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"I feel the power which stories still have to bring us together, especially when there is loss or grief." --Leslie Marmon Silko
Paperback, 176 pages
Published February 1st 2000 by White Pine Press (first published May 15th 1999)
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I enjoyed this anthology because I could read a story or two, put the book down, then come back a day later and experience something completely new and different. I could choose to savor my favorites and breeze read through my not so favorites and still understand the book. I think it’s the magazine reader in me that appreciated this.
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Maurice Kenny, Mohawk, was born in Watertown, NY.
Maurice's work has been published in almost 100 journals, including special issues, especially on Native American writing.
In 2000, Maurice received the Elder Recognition Award from the Wordcraft Circle of Native Writers. In 1996 On Second Thought was a finalist for the Oklahoma Book Award in fiction.
Maurice's book of poems, "Blackrobe : Isaac Jogues...more
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