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On The Grill: Nick Kolakowski on Storytelling, Social Media, and how Hurricane Sandy led to Maxine

Sandra Ruttan: Total geek writer question. You chose to segment this story and allude to missing gaps in Maxine’s history. Did you write those bits or outline what happened during those gaps?  Nick Kolakowski: I did not write those bits! But I know what happens during them. I’ve been trying mightily over the past few...

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An Introduction to Tomorrow’s Article

Tomorrow, E.M. Lunsford returns to discuss how social media protects predators. It’s an important article. I have witnessed first-hand the kind of abuses that E.M. is writing about. The names may all be changed in the article, but I know who E.M. is referencing because I have actually seen the abuses with my own eyes....

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Friday’s Forgotten Books: Moon of the Crusted Snow by Waubgeshig Rice

Moon of the Crusted Snow introduces us to an Anishinaabe community in northern Ontario, where some of the Indigenous residents still hunt and fish and hold to the ways of their people. Others have lapsed into complacency, coddled by the creature comforts they’ve become accustomed to. The first sign that anything is wrong is when...

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When You’ve Got a Woman Problem

On October 30, Rolling Stone ran an interview with David Simon to mark the end of The Deuce. To say things got a little heated would be an understatement. You can read it for yourself and reach your own conclusions. It prompted me to pause and reflect on my own impressions from some of Simon’s...

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Fiction: The Witch

by M.C. St. John Image by 이정임 lee from Pixabay  The boys ran through the village, between the cabins and around the woodpiles, kicking up yellow and orange and brown leaves. Chickens scattered. Cows lowed. Two men chopping wood stopped their axes to watch the chase, the blur of woolen coats, peaked hats, and buckled...

A Grassroots Effort to Bring Perma Red to the Television Screen
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A Grassroots Effort to Bring Perma Red to the Television Screen

by Chris La Tray “Native women need to tell their own stories. Now is the time for those stories to rise. Perma Red is only the beginning.” —Debra Magpie Earling Debra Magpie Earling, a member of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes, is a writer and professor at the University of Montana. She published her...