Moonshot: The Indigenous Comic Collection
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Moonshot: The Indigenous Comic Collection

Must-buy! Edited by Hope Nicholson (Brok Windsor, Lost Heroes, Nelvana of the Northern Lights), AH Comics brings you the multiple-award-winning MOONSHOT: The Indigenous Comics Collection! MOONSHOT is a collection of short stories created by indigenous writers and incredible artists in Canada and the US. From traditional stories to exciting new visions of the future, this … Continue reading

Local Voices Release
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Local Voices Release

If you are in Guåhan, go check out the release of the FESTPAC anthology Local Voices! Miget and I are contributing authors! ________________________________________________________________ Local Voices Book Launch – Save the Date! WHAT: A free public event and book launch for Local Voices: An Anthology, an official publication for the 12th Festival of Pacific Arts is … Continue reading

Red Skin, White Masks by Glen Coulthard
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Red Skin, White Masks by Glen Coulthard

Glen Coulthard’s book Red Skin, White Masks is an incredibly important work for the present situation that many indigenous people find themselves in. Coulthard precisely identifies the shape-shifting character of colonialism from a interlocking process that aims to exclude and assimilate to one that recognizes and accommodates. Despite this change in the colonial mechanism, Coulthard argues … Continue reading

Those Who Belong by Jill Doerfler
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Those Who Belong by Jill Doerfler

Jill Doerfler’s Those Who Belong did an excellent job at not only describing the constitutional process of the White Earth Anishinaabeg, but also at revealing the various ways that racialization, through blood quantum, has been weaponized for american purposes. She begins her book by exemplifying the insipid poison of blood quantum racialization by providing the … Continue reading

Yengyong i Pilos
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Yengyong i Pilos

I’m (very slowly) making my way through the Dune prequels written by Frank Herbert’s son and a well-known science fiction novelizer, from the famous author’s notes. The novels do not share the epic sonorousness of Herbert’s language in Dune, but they do cover interesting topics.  The human race is struggling to survive against an empire of robots, yet, … Continue reading

Chamorro Novel Writing Month – Interview with Author Tanya Chargualaf Taimanglo’
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Chamorro Novel Writing Month – Interview with Author Tanya Chargualaf Taimanglo’

Un dangkolo’ na si Yu’os ma’åse’ to Tanya Chargualaf Taimanglo’ for taking the time to talk with us about her career and NaNoWriMo / ChaNoWriMo [November!]. Tanya Chargualaf Taimanglo’ is a wonderful, wonderful writer with a very distinctive and cool voice who really takes the time in her work to explore culture and character. She … Continue reading