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Record details

  • ISBN: 9780816530083
  • ISBN: 0816530084
  • Physical Description: xviii, 203 pages ; 23 cm.
  • Publisher: Tucson, Az. : University of Arizona Press, ©2012.

Content descriptions

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.
Subject: Poetry.
American poetry.
Poetry.
Native Americans > North America > Poetry.
Indians of North America > Poetry.
Genre: Poetry.
Poetry.

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