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There are quite a number of online resources for finding markets for your creative work. Some, like Submittable, offer the ability to conveniently track your submissions.
All Freelance offers a market directory with an advanced search feature.  It also posts other helpful information focused on the concerns of freelancers.The Burry Man Writers Center (Scotland) serves “a worldwide community of writers” and publishes freelance job links, resources for fiction and nonfiction writers, playwrights, and screen writers.CBC provides A Guide to Canadian Literary Magazines and Journals open to submissions.The Christian Writers Market Guide provides 1,000 listings of publishers, periodicals, specialty markets, conferences, contests and other services including writing courses.  A month-to-month subscription to the listing guide is $5.99 a month. A six-month subscription is $3.00 a month, and a twelve-month subscription is $2.99 a month.Dark Markets offers lists for horror genre includ…

Charles Grolla

Charles Grolla's Ojibwe name is Ogimaagiizhig (Boss of the Sky) and he is of the Adik (Caribou) clan or totem.  He is an enrolled member of the Bois Forte reservation in Minnesota and was raised mainly on the Red Lake reservation in Minnesota.  While growing up in the Bikwaakwaang (West End) area of the Red Lake reservation, Charles became a contending player of Ojibwe style moccasin game before the age of 14.  Charles graduated from Red Lake High School and completed his Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice with a minor in Ojibwe Language at Bemidji State University.  Retiring after 17 years of service from the Red Lake Police Department, first as a police officer then as a conservation officer, he started a new career and is currently a teacher at Cass Lake – Bena High School where he teaches Ojibwe language, culture, and moccasin game.

Charles is a lifetime hunter, trapper, fisherman, and moccasin game player.  As a child, besides moccasin game,  growing up his favor…

Barbara Robidoux

Visit her blog for more details about Sweetgrass Burning: Stories from the Rez and her book signings!
www.sweetgrassburning.wordpress.com

Her book is on sale at AMAZON and at POWELLS 



Trace Hentz

Trace is not retired... she is still writing! 
Are you read to publish a new book? Email her: bluehandcollective@outlook.com
HER NEW WEBSITE: https://blog.tracehentz.com/ 

Dana Lone Hill

An Inspiring Lakota Writer, Activist


John Christian Hopkins

John Christian Hopkins, a member of the Rhode Island Narragansett Indian Tribe, is a descendant of King Ninigret, patriarch of the tribe’s last hereditary royal family. Hopkins is a career journalist who has worked at newspapers across the U.S. and has been a nationally syndicated columnist for Gannett News Service. He and his wife Sararesa live on her Navajo reservation in Arizona.







Blue Indians Collective needs a logo ! 🔺!

Since it's January and 02019 - we are reopening as Blue Indians Books, aka Blue Indians Collective.

Now WE NEED A LOGO!

Yup, the best writers in Indian Country are back.

Or perhaps they never left?

🔺!STAY TUNED 🔺!
Trace (aka Blue Indians Editor)
bluehandcollective@outlook.com

WWW.BLUEINDIANSBOOKS.COM 

WHY? Our favorite poet-author JOHN TRUDELL (1946-2015)
"I called the album Blue Indians because there is a kind of spiritual and cultural genocide perpetrated on everyone that is poor in this country,” Trudell said. “The advance of technology has put all of us on a kind of reservation.  These are the people who can’t educate their children, or afford health care. They’ve been robbed of life, which is what happened to Native people, so in that context, we’re all Indians.” [About six months after the deaths of his family, John Trudell started writing poetry. He described his work, "They're called poems, but in reality they're lines given to me to hang on to."]

coming in 2019

coming in 2019

Why Blue Indians?

OUR INSPIRATION: “I called the album Blue Indians because there is a kind of spiritual and cultural genocide perpetrated on everyone that is poor in this country,” Trudell said. “The advance of technology has put all of us on a kind of reservation. These are the people who can’t educate their children, or afford health care. They’ve been robbed of life, which is what happened to Native people, so in that context, we’re all Indians.” -JOHN TRUDELL

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2019: WE REOPENED WITH A NEW NAME Blue Indians Collective


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