10: Indigenous Imaginations: Native American Writers on Their Communities

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In this episode of the Fiction/Non/Fiction podcast, playwright Rhiana Yazzie and novelist Brandon Hobson and hosts V.V. Ganeshananthan and Whitney Terrell discuss Native literature. In the wake of viral images showing Covington Catholic students disrespecting Native activist Nathan Phillips in Washington, D.C., this episode turns the focus away from the MAGA hats, and back to the Indigenous Peoples March and indigenous writing.

Readings for the Episode:

· New Native Theatre

· Native Woman The Musical

· A Winter Love (film, forthcoming)

· Queen Cleopatra and Princess Pocahontas (forthcoming) by Rhiana Yazzie

· Where the Dead Sit Talking, Desolation of Avenues Untold, and Deep Ellum by Brandon Hobson

· Mekko and Barking Water by Sterlin Harjo

· Killers of the Flower Moon by David Grann

· Stewart O’Nan

· Louise Erdrich's Facebook post

· The Indigenous Peoples March was about a Lot More than the Kids in MAGA Hats, by Tekendra Parmar

Guests:

· Rhiana Yazzie

· Brandon Hobson

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