"We have stories / as old as the great seas / breaking through the chest / flying out the mouth, / noisy tongues that once were silenced, /all the oceans we contain / coming to light."
A Community of Voices
By Aurora Garcia We hear it everywhere “we are one.” Do we really believe it? I personally struggle with my own demons of stereotyping, pr...
by Linda Rodriguez Coyote wails in the far field beside his woods. He runs yelping, baying among the trees, hot on your trail ...
By Chip Livingston I think I’m going crazy when I see my reflection in the camera’s lens. I’m surrounded by the dead. Jimi, Marilyn...
By Linda Boyden ©2015 Listen to the silence of the great trees. Birds shelter among branches heads tucked beneath wings, feathe...
By Tiffany Midge We were the kids trading marbles and penny candy at the Friday night Grange Hall meetings. We were the deaf shopkeeper a...
Rebecca Hatcher Travis bases the poems in this exquisite collection on memories of her Chickasaw family and the Oklahoma lands...
By Kimberly L. Becker (for Susan) In the night yard, the old magnolia is heavy with all-day fall so I go and begin lowering the ...
By M. Carmen Lane you are only interested in the dead pieces of me black woman raped/ tracked by white men with b...
By Michelle Pichon I remember you like the only shooting star I ever saw streaming across the eternal Texas sky vibrant and ...
By Wang Ping Orange trees have roots in the earth We migrants have roots in our souls When the autumn wind blows across the Three Gorg...
Promoting Community and Strengthening Cultures
- Wordcraft Circle of Native Writers and Storytellers
- Think Mexican
- Storytellers: Native American Authors Online
- OYATE: working to see that Native lives and histories are portrayed with honesty and integrity
- Native Waters
- Native Voices @ The Autry
- Korean Quarterly
- Kinship of Rivers
- Indian Country Today
- GOLDSEA: Asian Community Daily
- Cuentame: Latino Storytellers and instigators Speak up for Change
- California Indian Basketweavers Association: CIBA
River, Blood, And Corn: A Community of Voices
Promoting Community and Strengthening Cultures with storytelling, poetry and prose, so that the link continues from person to person, from one community to another, from one generation to the next.