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Ojibwe Poet Heid Erdrich Talks About Her Love of Language

Ojibwe Poet Heid Erdrich Talks About Her Love of Language

Heid E. Erdrich, Ojibwe (Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa), lives her life wrapped up in language as a director of Wiigwaas Press, the Ojibwe-language publisher she started with her sister, award-winning author Louise Erdrich. To mark the publication of Cell Traffic: New and Selected Poems (University of Arizona Press, Heid’s...
Heid E. Erdrich: Cell Traffic as Metaphor, and Poetry

Heid E. Erdrich: Cell Traffic as Metaphor, and Poetry

Ojibwe poet Heid E. Erdrich tackles a big canvas with her new and selected poems, Cell Traffic (University of Arizona Press, 2012).“The title of this collection suggests movement, small units passing back and forth, busy telecommunications, Internet chatter and terrorist groups, the sale or traffic in DNA or parts...

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Jane Johnston Schoolcraft's Ojibwe Mother Started the Native Poet's Literary Journey

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