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2019 April - June Prompts > 9. Indigenous Author

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Barbara (The Bibliophage) (barbarathebibliophage) | 296 comments Mod
Questions? Suggestions? Resources? Please share!

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Stephanie (literarysloth) | 4 comments I picked up Tracks by Louise Erdrich after reading Love Medicine. That’s my pick for this one!

Margie (Bookzombie) (bookzombie08) | 52 comments I most likely will read this one, Trail of Lightning.

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Carolyn Chambers Reading the book Crazy Brave, a memoir by Joy Harjo and it’s pretty amazing!!

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Jacquelyne | 7 comments Oh! I'm definitely going to choose This Accident of Being Lost for this. I'm really looking forward to reading this one.

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Minette Watkins (gradcat) | 6 comments Wayne Arthurson
I’m reading “Fall from Grace” by this author, mostly because I understood the prompt to mean that the author should be an indigenous person. Anyway, it’s hard to find...I could only order it in a hard-copy edition.

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Minette Watkins (gradcat) | 6 comments After the earlier post, I actually found "Fall From Grace" by Wayne Arthurson on Kindle for $2.99. I haven't the slightest idea why I couldn't find it before. Anyway, fyi, for what it's worth now.

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Martha (marthag503) It could change but right now Dwellings: A Spiritual History of the Living World by Linda Hogan is my choice for this category. My face-to-face book group is reading this book in May.

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Writerlibrarian | 3 comments Kuessipan is a short but powerful, poetic read. Reccomended.

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