Security can be a delusion — danger sprang on us suddenly. A boy came up, untied my dog, and began to walk away with him. I stared. What was going on?bear_bark
You and I know we are Indians because we belong to a group with a tribal name. Cheyenne or Ojibwe would be good examples. In the United States there are 562bear_bark
The spell this world casts is often summed up by a paradox. + In the vast world of grass we are nothing.+ Yet we are the center of the universe.This is thebear_bark
This group was originally started by a writer of Native American descent who opened it up to writers from NA family origins, then to writers from other origins until it was finally open to anyone who had a story to tell.
Anything that inspires you to write, no matter what your race, creed, or color...is a good thing.
Native American Storytellers was always intended to be open to all types of writings and writers. It was always more about the stories than the storytellers.
Write it down. All of it....the good, the sad, the injust and the fanciful....the story, the poem, the prayer, the song, fiction and real.
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Native American Storytellers
PHOTOGRAPH: Edward S. Curtis (1868-1952) "Umatilla maid"
- Native American
- Dec 5, 2001
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