Cell traffic : new and selected poems / Heid E. Erdrich.
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- ISBN: 9780816530083
- ISBN: 0816530084
- Physical Description: xviii, 203 pages ; 23 cm.
- Publisher: Tucson, Az. : University of Arizona Press, ©2012.
|General Note:|| MN American Indian literature.
|Bibliography, etc. Note:|| Includes bibliographical references.
|Formatted Contents Note:|| Chimeras. Thrifty gene, lucky gene -- Brain scan -- Mitochondrial Eve -- DNA tribes -- Morrisseau creatures from the Woodland Painters School -- Microchimerism -- Define chimera -- Now, what Is she? -- Blood chimera -- Cannibals. Fur trade tokens -- Now, where was she? -- Wiindigo pity -- Own your own : cellular changes -- Long pig -- The love that dares -- Seven mothers -- Tick check -- Bestial -- Menu -- Embodied -- Tourists. Indigenous Elvis at the airport -- When they find each other on Facebook -- Love plot -- Little souvenirs from the DNA trading post -- Thoughts of kids interrupt my work -- Own your own : the papergirl -- Just off the highway -- Quiet cupboard -- Traffickers. Upon hearing of the Mormon DNA collection -- Now, where was she, too? -- Interrogated self -- Traffic -- Sleeper -- Again, today -- Cold climate -- Two sides -- Paint these streets -- Uncollected work (2006 -- 2011). Prose poems and translations.
The shapes we make -- The shapes we make / Ezhi-Zhibiigeyaang / The way we write -- How we walk -- How we walk / Ezhi-bimoseyaang / The way we walk -- How we talk -- How we talk / Ezhi-gaagiigidoyaang / The way we talk -- How we eat -- How we eat / Ezhi-wiisiniyaang / The way we eat -- Prose poems. Preeminent gooseberry Bakwezhiigan -- In house -- Dancer origin story -- Dancer in twin voices -- Utopia hawk -- My fetal Beatles or an embryonic education in commune -- Indigenous foods allowed in Utopia -- Red vines : lines for Deloria -- Prose originals. Quiet cupboard -- Two sides -- Selected work (1997 -- 2008). From national monuments (2008). Guidelines for the treatment of sacred objects -- Black and white monument, photo circa 1977 -- Grand portage -- Post-barbarian -- Some Elsie -- In search of Jane's grave -- The theft outright -- Elsie drops off the dry cleaning -- Butter maiden and maize girl survive death leap -- The lone reader and Tonchee fistfight in pages.
Full bodied semi-sestina -- Body works -- Kennewick man tells all -- Kennewick man attempts cyber-date -- Kennewick man swims laps -- Prisoner no. 280 -- Vial -- Girl of lightning -- From The mother's tongue (2005) -- Offering : words -- She dances -- Stung -- This body, the river -- The deep -- Craving, first month -- Offering : the child -- Kookum -- First rice -- What pregnant is like -- Young poets with Roman noses -- Another touch -- Nesting dolls -- Craving release -- Sisters stay on the other side -- New born -- Offering : Ojibwe -- Craving : bitter root -- Twin bugs -- Vermillion hands petroglyph -- Our words are not our own -- Poem for our Ojibwe names -- In the belly -- Changeling -- Remedy -- Wiisah kote : the burnt wood people -- Basswood -- The good woman -- From Fishing for myth (1997) -- True myth -- Breaking and entering -- The Red River of the North -- Oxbow -- Rich hour -- One girl -- Human map -- The pond -- Fat in America -- That green night -- Flickers.
Sex in the desert -- Hopi prophet chooses a pop -- Wearing Indian jewelry -- Turtle rattle -- Translation -- Animoosh -- TV news : detox closed -- The visible woman -- Future debris -- Sense.
|Summary, etc.:|| A collection of poems by Native American writer Heid Erdrich.
Heid E. Erdrich is an independent scholar, curator, playwright, and founding publisher of Wiigwaas Press, which specializes in Ojibwe-language publications. She grew up in Wahpeton, North Dakota and is Ojibwe enrolled at Turtle Mountain. Heid has taught college writing for two decades, both as a tenured professor and as a visiting author and scholar at dozens of colleges, universities, libraries, and arts organizations. She is the author of three previous books of poetry, including National Monuments, which won the 2009 Minnesota Book Award.
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