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ANTHOLOGIES OF POETRY, PROSE & ART
“I am the Only American Indian,” #NotYourPrincess, Annick Press, co-edited by Lisa Charleyboy & Mary Beth Leatherdale, Fall 2017

“Decolonization of Industrialized Islands,” and “Ode to Community Workers Oppressed by the Oppressed,” Bettering American Poetry Volume 2, Fall 2017

“Wounding of Our Womb,” Voice on the Water: GreatLakes Native America Now, Northern Michigan University Press, 2011

CHAPBOOKS
“Gender Identity, Fierce,” Poets’ Night Out, Traverse Area District Library, April 2014

“The Healing of the Women of Our Nations” and “Shkakaamik Kwe,” Honouring Indigenous Women: Hearts of Nations, Vol. 2, Indigenous Peoples Solidarity Movement Ottawa, October 2012

“We Don’t Want to be in Your Prayers,” Poets’ Night Out, Traverse Area District Library, Nov. 2011

“And If We Cry,” Honouring Indigenous Women: Hearts of Nations, Vol. 1, Indigenous Peoples Solidarity Movement Ottawa, September 2011

CHILDREN’S BOOKS
"Ajijaak - Crane," Waub Ajijaak Press, release date Fall 2017


“Ajijaak - Crane,” Four Colors Productions, July 2012

DISSERTATIONS
“All One’ Is Colonization and Violence,” “And If We Cry,” “Anishinaabekwe Nibi,” Idle No More, Youth,” “The Healing of the Women of Our Nations,” “Shkakaamik Kwe,” “Women, Water, Spirit," and “Wounding of Our Womb,” Organizing Fictions: Material Ecocriticism, Environmental Justice, and American Indian Literature, Doctoral Dissertation, Kyle Bladow, University of Nevada – Reno, May 2015

EXHIBITS
"From Eagle Rock to Standing Rock," Standing Rock Solid, Ziibiwing Center, Mt. Pleasant, MI, April - September 2017

JOURNALS
“She is the Water,” Yellow Medicine Review: A Journal of Indigenous Literature, Art and Thought, Spring 2017

“A Two-Spirit Case Study,” “Accents in the Seventh Generation,” “Decolonization of Industrialized Islands,” “Idle No More, Youth,” and “Ode to Community Workers Oppressed by the Oppressed,” Yellow Medicine Review: A Journal of Indigenous Literature, Art and Thought, Spring 2016

“Ode to All of the Insults and Cultural Insensitivity,” and “She is the Water,” Yellow Medicine Review: A Journal of Indigenous Literature, Art and Thought, Spring 2014

“Blood Memory,” Yellow Medicine Review: A Journal of Indigenous Literature, Art and Thought, Fall 2011

MAGAZINES
"Decolonization of Industrialized Islands," Red Rising Magazine, Issue 2, Winter 2016

"Gender Identity, Fierce,” Kimiwan Zine, Issue #6: samikēwin, Spring 2014

"Grandmother, Forest," Kimiwan Zine, Issue #4: takwakin, Fall 2013

"She is the Water," Matrix Magazine, Issue 96, Idle No More Dossier, Summer 2013

"The Land Is Us," Red Ink Magazine: Words and Empowerment, Fall 2012

ONLINE PUBLICATIONS
“The Androgynous Man in Brown Pants, Part 4,” “Halfway Through the Halfway House,” “Indian Trail in 48073,” “Mixed Race Urban,” “Northern Lights,” The RavensPerch, 2016

“0.6% of the Population,” “Farm, Poverty, Love,” “I am the Only American Indian,” “Justice for Our Bodies,” “Niijii,” “Permission to Heal,” and “Porcupine Story,” Native Literatures: Generations, Vol. 2, Issue 2, 2012

“Talking With Kigâ - Thy Mother,” “The Land is Us,” and “No One at the Shore,” Sugar Mule: Women Writing Nature, #41, 2012

OTHER PUBLICATIONS
“Waves,” We’Moon 2013 – The Other Side, 2013

“Indigenous Is,” We’Moon 2012 – Chrysalis, 2012