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Winter Counts by David Heska Wanbli Weiden

Winter Counts are pictorial histories and calendars common among some Native American tribes. For Virgil Wounded Horse, of the Lakota Nation and living on the Rosebud Indian Reservation in Colorado, they represent one of the few comfortable memories of his tribal culture. He would make…
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Blood of the Oak

Written by Eliot Pattison — Blood of the Oak takes us back to Pennsylvania in 1765, when the British were still in control. Nominally. On the banks of the Susquehanna and Alegheny rivers, and further south in Virginia it’s not only the natives who are restless. A punitive…
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Features

Interview: Christopher Bowron

Debut author Christopher Bowron’s novel Devil in the Grass comes out 1 March. It’s a lively exploration of two great divides that characterise its South Florida setting: wealth versus poverty, and developers versus environmentalists. Add in the special concerns of the native Seminole population at long-term odds with…
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Off the Grid/Two Evils

Written by PJ Tracy — Back in 2003, the mother-daughter writing team PJ Tracy appeared with Monkeewrench, published as Want to Play? in the UK. This innovative crime thriller introduced the world to Grace MacBride and the computer programming team at the software developer Monkeewrench….
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