Voice on the Water: Great Lakes Native America Now
An anthology of the contemporary American Indian experience in Michigan in fiction, poetry, prose, art and craft. Featuring the works of more than 80 authors and artists. The contributors' narratives and art address themes of the land, the lakes, family, the search for center, ideas of time and the past, communalism and our Native communities on and off reservation homelands, along with storytelling, Indian education, the Michigan urban Indian experience, ceremony and ritual, persistence of traditional arts and lifeways, and new cultural ways of being. An insightful, enjoyable and important collection for all ages. Also recommended for classroom use. The book is a 300-page paperback with flaps and includes 24 full-color pages of artwork and photography.
6" x 9"
Author: Northern Michigan University Press