That's What She Said

That's What She Said

Contemporary Poetry and Fiction by Native American Women

Book - 1984
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A versatile collection of poetry and stories by Native American women authors.
Publisher: Bloomington, IN : Indiana University Press, c1984
ISBN: 9780253358554
Branch Call Number: 810.8/THA
Alternative Title: Talking to the moon / Joy Harjo
Grandmother / Paula Gunn Allen
Snowgoose / Paula Gunn Allen
Coyote's daylight trip / Paula Gunn Allen
The trick is consciousness / Paula Gunn Allen
Star child suite / Paula Gunn Allen
The beautiful woman who sings / Paula Gunn Allen
Suicid/ing(ed) Indian women / Paula Gunn Allen
Poem for Pat / Paula Gunn Allen
Donna / Paula Gunn Allen
Robin / Paula Gunn Allen
Womanwork / Paula Gunn Allen
Madonna of the hills / Paula Gunn Allen
Rain for Ka-waik / Paula Gunn Allen
(San Ysidro, Cabezon) / Paula Gunn Allen
Kopis'taya / Paula Gunn Allen
The bearer of the sun arises (Fiction) / Paul Gunn Allen
Our people / Diane Burns
Big fun / Diane Burns
For Carole / Diane Burns
Houston and Bowery, 1981 / Diane Burns
Long person / Gladys Cardiff
Tsa'lagi Council Tree / Gladys Cardiff
Tlanusi'yi, The Leech Place / Gladys Cardiff
Grey Woman / Gladys Cardiff
Outer space, inner space / Gladys Cardiff
Where fire burns / Gladys Cardiff
Leaves like fish / Gladys Cardiff
Simples / Gladys Cardiff
Punto final / Shirley Hill Witt
Winter developing / Nora Dauenhauer
Skiing on Russian Christmas / Nora Dauenhauer
Breech birth / Nora Dauenhauer
Pregnant image of "exaggerating the village" / Nora Dauenhauer
Jessy / Nora Dauenhauer
Seal pups / Nora Dauenhauer
Kelp / Nora Dauenhauer
Rookery / Nora Dauenhauer
Voices / Nora Dauenhauer
Genocide / Nora Dauenhauer
Tlingit concrete poem / Nora Dauenhauer
The underside of trees / Charlotte de Clue
61 / Charlotte de Clue
Healing / Charlotte de Clue
Morning song / Charlotte de Clue
Place-of-Many-Swans / Charlotte de Clue
In memory of the moon. (A killing) / Charlotte de Clue
Ijajee's story / Charlotte de Clue
To the spirit of Monahsetah / Charlotte de Clue
Diary / Charlotte de Clue
Jacklight / Louise Erdrich
Balinda's dance / Louise Erdrich
The lady in the pink mustang / Louise Erdrich
The strange people / Louise Erdrich
Snow train / Louise Erdrich
Painting of a white gate and sky / Louise Erdrich
Dear John Wayne / Louise Erdrich
Turtle Mountain Reservation / Louise Erdrich
Scales (Fiction) / Louise Erdrich
Mexico City hand game / Rayna Green
When I cut my hair / Rayna Green
Naneye'hi / Rayna Green
Coosaponakeesa / Rayna Green
Anogher dying chieftain / Rayna Green
Old Indian trick / Rayna Green
Road hazard / Rayna Green
Palace dancer, dancing at last / Rayna Green
High cotton (Fiction) / Rayna Green
Early Morning Woman / Joy Harjo
The blanket around her / Joy Harjo
Conversations between here and home / Joy Harjo
I am a dangerous woman / Joy Harjo
There was a dance, sweetheart / Joy Harjo
Someone talking / Joy Harjo
There are oceans / Joy Harjo
Fire / Joy Harjo
Obscene phone call # 2 / / Joy Harjo
She was a pretty horse / Joy Harjo
A Scholder Indian poem / Joy Harjo
It's the same at four A.M. / Joy Harjo
The last song / Joy Harjo
Morning once more / Joy Harjo
Origins / Joy Harjo
Remember / Joy Harjo
Your phone call at eight A.M. / Joy Harjo
Talking to the moon #002 / Joy Harjo
Cuchillo / Joy Harjo
Two horses / Joy Harjo
Ice horses / Joy Harjo
Noni Daylight remembers the future / Joy Harjo
The blood-letting / Joy Harjo
She had some horses / Joy Harjo
New Orleans / Joy Harjo
What music / Joy Harjo
The woman hanging from the 13th floor window / Joy Harjo
Anchorage / Joy Harjo
For Alva Benson, and for all those who have learned to speak / Joy Harjo
Red clay / Linda Hogan
Calling myself home / Linda Hogan
Leaving / Linda Hogan
Song for my name / Linda Hogan
Nativity / Linda Hogan
Blessings / Linda Hogan
Oil / Linda Hogan
Heritage / Linda Hogan
Going to town / Linda Hogan
Daybreak / Linda Hogan
The women are grieving / Linda Hogan
Black Hills survival gathering, 1980 / Linda Hogan
The women speaking / Linda Hogan
The diary of Amanda McFadden / Linda Hogan
New shoes (Fiction) / Linda Hogan
To some few Hopi ancestors / Wendy Rose
Walking on the prayerstick / Wendy Rose
The well-intentioned question / Wendy Rose
Long division : a tribal history / Wendy Rose
Protecting the burial grounds / Wendy Rose
I expected my skin and my blood to ripen / Wendy Rose
Three thousand dollar death song / Wendy Rose
Chasing the paper-shamans / Wendy Rose
Learning to understand darkness / Wendy Rose
Detective work / Wendy Rose
For Mabel : Pomo basketmaker and doctor / Wendy Rose
The man who dreamt he was turquoise / Wendy Rose
The parts of a poet / Wendy Rose
Mount St. Helens/Loowit : an Indian woman's song / Wendy Rose
Poet woman's mitosis : dividing all the cells apart / Wendy Rose
Entering the desert : big circles running / Wendy Rose
Builder Kachina : home-going / Wendy Rose
Halfbreed chronicles : Isamu / Wendy Rose
The Pueblo woman I watched get down in Brooklyn / Wendy Rose
Punk party [They told me it was literary...] / Wendy Rose
Julia / Wendy Rose
Evening ceremony : dream for G. V. / Wendy Rose
The Indian women are listening : to the Nuke Devils / Wendy Rose
The poet haunted / Wendy Rose
Naming power / Wendy Rose
Hanabi-ko [Koko] / Wendy Rose
Tribal chant / Carol Lee Sanchez
The way I was ... / Carol Lee Sanchez
Open dream sequence / Carol Lee Sanchez
Yesterday / Carol Lee Sanchez
Conversations from the nightmare / Carol Lee Sanchez
(The syl la ble speaks en erg y/sound) / Carol Lee Sanchez
Indian blood / Mary Tallmountain
The last wolf / Mary Tallmountain
Crazy Dogholkoda / Mary Tallmountain
Matmiya / Mary Tallmountain
The ivory dog for my sister / Mary Tallmountain
Good grease / Mary Tallmountain
Once the striped quagga / Mary Tallmountain
Ts'eekkaayah / Mary Tallmountain
Naaholooyah (Fiction) / Mary Tallmountain
Vihio images / Judith Mountain Leaf Volborth
Self-portrait / Judith Mountain Leaf Volborth
A time of turquoise / Judith Mountain Leaf Volborth
Three songs to mark the night / Judith Mountain Leaf Volborth
Dusk chant / Judith Mountain Leaf Volborth
Goat-woman dares / Judith Mountain Leaf Volborth
Corn-woman remembered / Judith Mountain Leaf Volborth
How came she to such poppy-breath? / Judith Mountain Leaf Volborth
Iron-door-woman / Judith Mountain Leaf Volborth
Coyote brother song / Annette Areketa West
Naming the rain / Annette Areketa West
Child poem / Annette Areketa West
Poem for my father / Annette Areketa West
Blackbird winter / Annette Areketa West
Calumet early evening / Annette Areketa West
Glenpool / Annette Areketa West
Salt man / Annette Areketa West
Beginning the year at Rosebud, S. D. / Roberta Hill Whiteman
Midnight on Front Street / Roberta Hill Whiteman
Lines for marking time / Roberta Hill Whiteman
Star quilt / Roberta Hill Whiteman
Dream of rebirth / Roberta Hill Whiteman
The long parenthesis / Roberta Hill Whiteman
Fire dragon, fall near me again (Fiction) / Roberta Hill Whiteman
Seboyeta Chapel / Shirley Hill Witt
Someday soon I will be / Shirley Hill Witt
La mujer de valor (Fiction) / Shirley Hill Witt


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