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  • Resource Database / Literature / Authors, Writers & Biographies

    Resources: 18 listings
    Name and Description Nation Location
    (Re)Invention And Contextualization In Contemporary Native American Fiction
    by Wendy J. Rohrbacher; Masters Thesis presented to the Faculty of the College of Arts and Sciences, University of Alaska Anchorage.
    Contemporary Native American authors and critics are retelling, reorganizing, and re-evaluating traditional tribal stories in order to assert a communally ascribed identity that accurately portrays today's Indian. These new stories seek to break down the signs and artifacts of the white man's Indian and replace them with signs of a vibrant and thriving culture.
    More sites on www.towerofbabel.com
    Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Writers
      Pacific - South
    Welcome to OzLit@Vicnet. If you have an interest in Australian Literature then OzLit is the Internet site to begin your search. We encourage participation from OzLit users and extend an invitation to all Australian writers to contact us re updates or additions to our database. At this site we have more than 500 pages of Australian Literary information as well as more than 1100 entries in our Fully Searchable Books & Writers Database in which you can search for either Authors, or Book Titles and which includes Contact Addresses if we have permission to publish them a subject search can also produce interesting results.
    More sites on home.vicnet.net.au
    Author Richard Van Camp
    Dene Canada - Northern
    He has now completed his masters and is teaching a creative writing course at UBC. Take a look at his work.
    Bartlesville Books and More
    Cherokee US - Southwest
    History books about Bartlesville Oklahoma; Native America.
    Cal Thunder Hawk
    Lakota United States
    Amusing site that features "Native American Quiz for Skins"; "The Amazing Anti-Pig Farm Rantomatic Email Generator"-email your rant to your Rosebud Sioux tribe council officer using the form on the site; samples of Cal's published prose & poetry, children's book "Lesson of the Feather" and artwork.; "Sinte Gleska Change-of-Grade Request Form"; amusing virtual Rosebud Indian Health Service site; an entertaining virtual online casino with generic BIA-issued javascript cards; a craps table; and a Fortuneteller to help you win. Download bumperstickers. Links to Online Lakhota clubs.
    More sites on calthunderhawk.tripod.com
    Fear of a Red Planet
    Comanche US - Northeast
    Features the work of Paul Chaat Smith, Comanche author and cultural critic.
    GaWaNi Pony Boy
    Cherokee US - Southeast
    Author, Speaker, Promoting positive relationships with horses. Wrote the difinitive work on Native American Horsemanship, authored 10 books, including books published in Germany.
    John and Ali's Bona Fide Native American Literature and Poetry Club
    Pequot US - West
    Website to explore Native- American Literature and Poetry of and for today.
    More sites on www.geocities.com
    Cherokee US - Southeast
    Cherokee author/poet/journalist and owner of only American Indian publishing company in North Caro
    Native American Authors
    This website provides information on Native North American authors with bibliographies of their published works, biographical information, and links to online resources including interviews, online texts and tribal websites. Currently the website primarily contains information on contemporary Native American authors, although some historical authors are represented. The website will continue to expand, adding additional authors, books and web resources.
    More sites on www.ipl.org
    Native American Literature
    Although it was the first American literature to be created, Native American literature has been the last to be recognized -- and, to some extent, is still waiting for full recognition. Beginning with its first thousand years of oral literature and continuing to the present time with writers in all the genre of literature, Native American is an important element in the literature of this country.
    More sites on www.usc.edu
    Native American Women Playwrights
    The Native American Women Playwrights Archive is a collection of original materials by Native women playwrights of the Americas. NAWPA hopes to identify playwrights, collect and preserve their work, try to make it widely known, and encourage performances and continued creativity. Plays in manuscript, disk, videotape, or other format are cataloged, given appropriate preservation treament, and made available to anyone who wishes to read them in the library. NAWPA welcomes playwrights at any level of development.
    Red Thunder by David Matheson
    Coeur d'Alene US - Northwest
    An interactive website offering information on David Matheson and his moving memoir of the Schi'tsu'umsh tribe (now known as the Coeur d'Alene). Youths will enjoy the online writing contest.
    Six Nations Writers
    suggested location: Canada - Southern We are the story tellers of today. Meet our writers and view their bios and submissions. Some of our writers are available for hire.
    Storytellers - Native American Authors Online
    Karen Strom's excellent compilation of Native American authors, books, links to other sites. An incredible act of love and admiration for Native American literature and authors.
    More sites on www.hanksville.org
    The Peaceful Warrior
    Oneida Canada
    Native poet Kaluyu'ti is on a mission. "uniting nations through celebration, education, and information" See his poetry, biography and links to native resources, issues and events in and around the London, Ontario Canada area.
    The Wordcraft Circle of Native Writers and Storytellers
    An international organization for Indigenous Native American and non-native writers, storytellers, filmmakers and journalists. Formed at the historic 1992 Returning the Gift Festival in Norman, Okla.
    Words From The Edge
    From October to December 2000 four indigenous poets will travel through four countries introducing the stories of their peoples through poetry readings, stories and lectures.The indigenous world is threatened in its existence through the economic interests of mainly multinational corporations and government policies. The unique voices of the artists representing indigenous peoples from four continents are a rare opportunity for European audiences.

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