At River, Blood, And Corn, we are promoting community and strengthening cultures with storytelling, poetry and prose. Established in 2010 by Native writers, our starting point and our goal, is to honor the work and lifeways of Lee Francis III, Wordcraft Circle of Native Writers and Storytellers, to ensure the voices of Native writers and storytellers are heard throughout the world.
Our primary focus is Indigenous writers, and we have woven writers and artists from a variety of ethnicities and communities into our pages here. We invite you to visit our "Community of Voices" links to writers, poets and artists.
Visit our archives, book links and other links featured. Perhaps people of many ethnicities, including recent immigrants from throughout the Americas as well as other parts of the world will find something in this collection that will speak to them with respect to issues of race, identity, culture, community, and representation.