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Sky woman : indigenous women who have shaped, moved or inspired us

Author: Sandra Laronde; Native Women in the Arts.
Publisher: Penticton, BC : Theytus Books, ©2005.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This collection of poetry, short stories and visual art honors the legacy of Sky Woman. Nearly 40 writers and visual artists are represented in 22 Indigenous nations across Canada, United States, Mexico, Pacific Islands and Japan, featuring exemplary artists such as Buffy Sainte-Marie, Jeannette Armstrong, Daphane Odjig, and Lee Maracle.
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Genre/Form: Literary collections
Anthologies
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sandra Laronde; Native Women in the Arts.
ISBN: 1894778197 9781894778190
OCLC Number: 61216673
Description: viii, 120 pages : color illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: Introduction --
Poetry. Water is Siwlkw / Jeannette C. Armstrong --
Ancestral Harvest / Kathy Ainsley --
Our Grandmothers / Catherine McCarty --
Buckle Up Shoes / Nicola Campbell --
Lullabies / Nicola Campbell --
Beginning Cherokee / Qwo-Li Driskill --
Potlach Series- Poem IV / Jessie Housty --
Witness to This Birth / Jessie Housty --
Little Bear / Jessie Housty --
Salmon Bone Woman / Jane Inyallie --
Moccasins c. 1880 / Nehi Katawasisiw --
Kokum's Hair / Nehi Katawasisiw --
Her Face Fills My Eyes / Beverlee Pettit --
Nina De Le Tierra / Rafaela Perales --
A Common Misconception / Marcie Rendon --
Be Who You Are / April Severin --
What She Did for Indian Government / Ardith Walkem --
Short Stories. Voice of the Beloved / Sally-Jo Bowman --
Her Name is Peramonkoro! / Chisato O. Dubbreuil --
Woman Who Fell from the Sky / Joy Harjo --
My Aunt's Kindness Made a Difference / Debra Isabel Huron --
Untitled / Lee Maracle --
My Grandmother, My Hero / Birdy Market --
Remembering Beloved Woman Maggie Wachacha / MariJo Moore --
Ingrid Washinawatok / Richie Plass --
Sky Woman / Janet Marie Rogers --
My Hero My Aunt-(Cora) Eva Baptiste / Marlene Rogers --
Doreen Jensen- Journey With a Cultural Activist/Artist / Alexis Macdonald Seto --
My Kookum / Monica Sinclaire --
Spirit of the Wa'pus / Gloria Okeynan-Sutherland --
Personal Biography / Patricia Lena Teichert --
Tutu's Gift / Penny Youngreen --
Learning to Live with Death: The Example of my Mother, Jean Homer / Merlin Homer --
Visual Art. She is the Sky / Merlin Homer --
Skywoman / Kathy Ainsley --
We Are Not Alone / Christi Belcourt --
Remembering Batoche / Christi Belcourt --
Elysium Sun Goddess / Carla Gilday --
Soul Sister / Clara Gilday --
Sky Woman Falls into the Millenium / Barbara-Helen Hill --
Shell Woman / Buffy Sainte-Marie --
Smoking Prayer / Maya Christina Gonzalez --
Woman With Peach / Maya Christina Gonzalez --
Tikinaagan / Maria Hupfield --
Spirit Catchers / Maria Hipfield --
Muse / Brenda Railey --
Goddess of the Yellow Moon / Daphne Odjig --
Dream Goddess.
Responsibility: Native Women in the Arts ; edited by Sandra Laronde.

Abstract:

This collection of poetry, short stories and visual art honors the legacy of Sky Woman. Nearly 40 writers and visual artists are represented in 22 Indigenous nations across Canada, United States, Mexico, Pacific Islands and Japan, featuring exemplary artists such as Buffy Sainte-Marie, Jeannette Armstrong, Daphane Odjig, and Lee Maracle.
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