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In 2019, we added a new name:
Blue Indians Collective/Blue Indians Books
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Our authors receive 100% of book royalties. Upfront costs (ISBN $100, layout and design cost, formatting on Pressbooks ($100) and more) are negotiated with Trace, a Blue Indian.
Trace published an entire chapter and her interview with John Trudell in her non-fiction book "WHAT JUST HAPPENED." John changed me for a lifetime:
The thinker needs this one... Award winning journalist and multi-genre Indigenous author Trace L. Hentz offers critical concise and insightful examination of current events, historical and headline news, and delves into the esoteric in her powerful new creative non-fiction "WHAT JUST HAPPENED," the second in a series "It's a Miracle We've Survived This Far." As she explores in the book how the system isn't broken, it was built this way, she expands on what is missing from today's media coverage. "Our attention span is getting shorter so full-length books don't translate and work for most people, so this book is 200 pages with intense yet brief analysis from some of the best minds, living or dead." Hentz expands her interviews with the late Santee Sioux poet prophet musician John Trudell in the fourth section. Formatted in a similar fashion to her book MENTAL MIDGETS Musqonocihte, WHAT JUST HAPPENED has new prose, poetry and her photography. How readers experience a book can be brutal intense uplifting or empowering, and Hentz's new book delivers all. Publisher and poet Trace L Hentz is the editor and author of the historical best-selling book series "Lost Children of the Indian Adoption Projects." "I did read your book Mental Midgets. I go back to it again and again. I am amazed at your word power, insightfulness, truth and Vision." - Author Mary Ellen Ryall. The journalist lives at the foothills of the Berkshires on Pocumtuckland with her soulmate Herb.