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Navajo Author Bojan Louis

  Potent stories that offer a forceful vision of contemporary Navajo life, by an American Book Award winner  An ex-con hired to fix up a school bus for a couple living off the grid in the desert finds himself in the middle of their tattered relationship. An electrician's plan to take his young nephew on a hike in the mountains, as a break from the motel room where they live, goes awry thanks to an untrustworthy new coworker. A night custodian makes the mistake of revealing too much about his work at a medical research facility to a girl who shares his passion for death metal. A relapsing addict struggles to square his desire for a white woman he meets in a writing class with family expectations and traditions. Set in and around Flagstaff, the stories in Sinking Bell depict violent collisions of love, cultures, and racism. In his gritty and searching fiction debut, Bojan Louis draws empathetic portraits of day laborers, metalheads, motel managers, aspiring writers a

Native author Morgan Talty

  ­čÄëCongratulations @morgan_j_talty ! Winner of the ­čĆć2022 New England Book Award for Fiction! @neibabooks #NEIBA #NEIBAAwards — Tin House (@Tin_House) September 23, 2022   @Morgan_J_Talty  Writer / p╬▒naw╬Čhpskewi from the Penobscot Indian Nation / NIGHT OF THE LIVING REZ out now from @tin_house   reviews: While soaked in pain and broken promises, Night of The Living Rez delivers with a grace and dignity on par with the writings of Craig Lesley, Dawn Dumont, James Welch and Joseph Dandurand. Morgan Talty delivers on so many levels and proves that this is why Indigenous Literature continues to be its own unique and sacred blessing. I loved this book. Loved it. And I can't wait to see what Morgan Talty does next. I am a fan for life. Mahsi cho, Morgan!--Richard Van Camp, author of The Lesser Blessed   A collection of stories set in a Native community in Maine, Talty's book centers questions of what it means to be Penobscot today--what it me

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