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A man and woman suffered from infertility for two decades. They tried many things to get pregnant with no results. They tried every medication and treatment from modern medicine to tribal ceremonies. The woman decided to fast in hopes of …

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FAITHFULLY BY LAWRENCE VILLAGE CENTER III

Spread Wings

By Julian Wallette

“Are you free?” It was a weird place to remember her name.               “Yes,” I replied hesitantly. “Drop it.” “What?” “What you’re thinking. You know it’s not wrong to feel what you feel, though they say otherwise.” If I …

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So Be It

By teklu

Amuck the pandemic, disorientation has become a mode of being. It is the only fluidity available to me which permits survival. But it dampens my feelings, the inability to rely on any given circumstance forces me into an inner retreat, …

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NONFICTION

Magical Benson by Tasheana Tenorio of Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College

A Mother’s Strength

By Shikiya Chase

The world seems still and quiet, almost like everything is in slow motion except for me. People are walking by, always giving a sad nod, like they know why you are there. His dad is on the other side of …

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Sawed-Off Shotgun

By Brianna G. Reed

The late-night, grainy mugshot of the woman with a coy smile tugging at her lips betrayed her name, finally, at the bottom: Brandy Wright. No one knew where she got it at first. No one understood why she felt the …

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Hidden History Now Seen by Daniella James of San Carlos Apache College

Glenora

By teklu

All thoughts of my mother are similarly complicated by one thing. She died when I was fifteen. By the time I was twenty-four, I felt I’d already lived three lifetimes, in just this one life (which I’d always hoped would …

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POETRY

the witch

By Sarah Chiago

ho’ok lived here stitching fire into skin phoenix was a sunlit city, she wanted to spit at it every time the sun kissed her ho’ok worked at social services on the rez drove on clay colored freeways as dawn broke …

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Saturday Night Mania

By Debbie Haddow

It’s Saturday night in the psych ward, half past witching hour, lights switched off to phantom black. The psych ward becomes a cityscape, a night skyline in a sterile hospital. When I turn the power on, the corridors brighten, a …

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I am from the empty canyon walls underneath and hidden I am from the place where white corn breathes prayer into the morning dawn I am from the place where yellow corn cascades pollen into the evening twilight I am …

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ART AND PHOTOGRAPHY

Hóhonáevose by Calvin Russette of Chief Dull Knife CollegeOtá’tavóomeée by Calvin Russette of Chief Dull Knife CollegeSuspended Within Clay by Jonathan Loretto of the Institute of American Indian ArtsHope by Tyson Killsontop of Chief Dull Knife CollegeMountains by Taheera Old Elk of Little Big Horn CollegeMini Monsters by Jenae Miller of Fond du Lac Tribal and Community CollegeA New Generation Begins by Kiana Woody of Tohono O'odham Community CollegeA Chic on the Rise by Courtney Grammentz of Nueta Hidatsa Sahnish CollegeNight Sky by Alyssa Nakai - Night of Navajo Technical UniversityMagical Benson by Tasheana Tenorio of Fond du Lac Tribal and Community CollegeWolf by Taheera Old Elk of Little Big Horn CollegeHidden History Now Seen by Daniella James of San Carlos Apache CollegeMoto Baby by Jenae Miller of Fond du Lac Tribal and Community CollegeRefraction by Tyson Killsontop of Chief Dull Knife CollegeFaithfully by Lawrence Village Center III of Sitting Bull CollegeTurquoise, Not Diamonds by Kiana Woody of Tohono O‘odham Community CollegeUntitled by Geraldine Gordon of Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe CollegeBee by Linda Stevens of Fond du Lac Tribal and Community CollegeMagical Benson 2 by Tasheana Tenorio of Fond du Lac Tribal and Community CollegeIn New Surroundings, Remember Who and Where You Come From by Kiana Woody of Tohono O'odham Community CollegeMindful Growth by Lawrence Village Center III of Sitting Bull CollegeLifeaminita by Jenae Miller of Fond du Lac Tribal and Community CollegeTwin Sky by Jenae Miller of Fond du Lac Tribal and Community CollegePlacid Dusk by Jenae Miller of Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College

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