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That's what she said : contemporary poetry and fiction by Native American women, edited by Rayna Green

Label
That's what she said : contemporary poetry and fiction by Native American women
Title
That's what she said
Title remainder
contemporary poetry and fiction by Native American women
Statement of responsibility
edited by Rayna Green
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
A collection of poetry and stories by sixteen Native American women authors
Additional physical form
Also issued online.
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
810/.8/009287
Illustrations
portraits
Index
no index present
LC call number
PS508.I5
LC item number
T46 1984
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Green, Rayna
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  • American literature
  • Indian women
  • Indians of North America
  • American literature
  • American literature
  • Indian women
Label
That's what she said : contemporary poetry and fiction by Native American women, edited by Rayna Green
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: pages [318]-322
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Paula Gunn Allen -- Diane Burns -- Gladys Cardiff -- Nora Dauenhauer -- Charlotte de Clue -- Louise Erdrich -- Rayna Green -- Joy Harjo -- Linda Hogan -- Wendy Rose -- Carol Lee Sanchez -- Mary TallMountain -- Judith Mountain Leaf Volborth -- Annette Areketa West -- Roberta Hill Whiteman -- Shirley Hill Witt
  • Introduction -- Grandmother ; Snowgoose ; Coyote's daylight trip ; The trick is consciousness ; Star child suite ; The beautiful woman who sings ; Suicid/ing(ed) Indian women ; Poem for Pat ; Donna ; Robin ; Womanwork ; Madonna of the hills ; Rain for Ka-waik (San Ysidro, Cabezon) ; Kopis'taya ; The bearer of the sun arises (fiction) / Paula Gunn Allen -- Our people ; Big fun ; For Carole ; Houston and Bowery, 1981 / Diane Burns -- Long person ; Tsa'lagi council tree ; Tlansui'yi, the leech place ; Grey woman ; Outer space, inner space ; Where fire burns ; Leaves like fish ; Simples / Gladys Cardiff -- Winter developing ; Skiing on Russian Christmas ; Breech birth ; Pregnant image of "exaggerating the village' ; Jessy ; Seal pups ; Kelp ; Rookery ; Voices ; Genocide ; Tlingit concrete poem / Nora Dauenhauer -- the underside of trees ; 61 ; Healing ; Morning song. ; Place-of-many-swans ; In memory of the moon. (A killing.) ; Ijajee's story ; To the spirit of Monahsetah ; Diary. / Charlotte de Clue -- Jacklight ; Balinda's dance ; The lady in the pink Mustang ; The strange people ; Snow train ; Painting of a white gate and sky ; Dear John Wayne ; Turtle Mountain Reservation ; Scales (fiction) / Louise Erdich -- Mexico City hand game ; When I cut my hair ; Naneye'hi ; Coosaponakeesa ; Another dying chieftain ; Old Indian trick ; Road Hazard ; Palace dancer, dancing at last ; High cotton (fiction) / Rayna Green -- Early morning woman ; The blanket around her ; Conversations between here and home ; I am a dangerous woman ; There was a dance, sweetheart ; Someone talking ; There are oceans ; Fire ; Obscene phone call #2 ; She was a pretty horse ; A Scholder Indian poem ; It's the same at four A.M. ; The last song ; Morning once more ; Origins ; Remember ; Your phone call at eight A.M. ; Talking to the moon ; Moonlight ; Talking to the moon #002 ; Cuchillo ; Two horses ; Ice horses ; Noni daylight remembers the future ; The blood-letting ; She had some horses ; New Orleans ; What music ; The woman hanging from the 13th floor window ; Anchorage ; For Alva Benson, and for all those who have learned to speak / Joy Harjo -- red clay ; calling myself home ; Leaving ; Song for my name ; Nativity ; Blessings ; Oil ; Heritage ; Going to town ; Daybreak ; The women are grieving ; Black Hills survival gathering, 1980 ; The women speaking ; The diary of Amanda McFadden ; New shoes (fiction) / Linda Hogan
  • To some few Hopi ancestors ; Walking on the prayerstick ; The well-intentioned question ; Long division : a tribal history ; Protecting the burial grounds ; I expected my skin and my blood to ripen ; Three thousand dollar death song ; Chasing the paper-shamans ; Learning to understand darkness ; Detective work ; For Mable : Pomo basketmaker and doctor ; The man who dreamt he was turquoise ; The parts of a poet ; Mount St. Helens/Loowit : an Indian woman's song ; Entering the desert : big circles running ; Builder Kachina : home-going ; Epilog (to Lost copper) ; Halfbreed chronicles : Isamu ; The Pueblo woman I watched get down in Brooklyn ; Punk party [they told me it was literary ...] ; Julia ; Evening ceremony : dream for G.V. ; The Indian women are listening : to the nuke devils ; The poet haunted ; Naming power ; Hanabi-ko [Koko] / Wendy Rose -- Prologue ; Tribal chant ; The way I was ... ; Open dream sequence ; Quotes from a review ; Yesterday ; Conversations from the nightmare ; (The syl la ble speaks en erg y/sound) / Carol Lee Sanchez --Indian blood ; The last wolf ; Crazy dogholkoda ; Matmiya ; The ivory dog for my sister ; Good grease ; Once the striped quagga ; Ts'eekkaayah ; Naaholooyah (fiction) Mary TallMountain -- Vihio images ; Self-portrait ; A time of turquoise ; Three songs to mark the night ; Dusk chant ; Vihio images ; Goat-woman dares ; Corn-woman remembered ; How came she to such poppy-breath? ; Iron-door-woman / Judith Mountain Leaf Volborth -- Coyote brother song ; Naming the rain ; Child poem ; Poem for my father ; Blackbird winter ; Calumet early evening ; glenpool ; salt man / Annette Areketa West -- Beginning the year at Rosebud, S.D. ; Midnight on Front Street ; Lines for marking time ; Star quilt ; Dream of rebirth ; The long parenthesis ; Fire dragon, fall near me again (fiction) / Roberta Hill Whiteman -- Seboyeta Chapel ; Punto Final ; Someday soon I will be ; Le mujey de valor (fiction) / Shirley Hill Witt
Control code
10402837
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xix, 329 pages
Isbn
9780253358554
Lccn
83049002
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
portraits
System control number
(WaOLN)709453
Label
That's what she said : contemporary poetry and fiction by Native American women, edited by Rayna Green
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: pages [318]-322
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Paula Gunn Allen -- Diane Burns -- Gladys Cardiff -- Nora Dauenhauer -- Charlotte de Clue -- Louise Erdrich -- Rayna Green -- Joy Harjo -- Linda Hogan -- Wendy Rose -- Carol Lee Sanchez -- Mary TallMountain -- Judith Mountain Leaf Volborth -- Annette Areketa West -- Roberta Hill Whiteman -- Shirley Hill Witt
  • Introduction -- Grandmother ; Snowgoose ; Coyote's daylight trip ; The trick is consciousness ; Star child suite ; The beautiful woman who sings ; Suicid/ing(ed) Indian women ; Poem for Pat ; Donna ; Robin ; Womanwork ; Madonna of the hills ; Rain for Ka-waik (San Ysidro, Cabezon) ; Kopis'taya ; The bearer of the sun arises (fiction) / Paula Gunn Allen -- Our people ; Big fun ; For Carole ; Houston and Bowery, 1981 / Diane Burns -- Long person ; Tsa'lagi council tree ; Tlansui'yi, the leech place ; Grey woman ; Outer space, inner space ; Where fire burns ; Leaves like fish ; Simples / Gladys Cardiff -- Winter developing ; Skiing on Russian Christmas ; Breech birth ; Pregnant image of "exaggerating the village' ; Jessy ; Seal pups ; Kelp ; Rookery ; Voices ; Genocide ; Tlingit concrete poem / Nora Dauenhauer -- the underside of trees ; 61 ; Healing ; Morning song. ; Place-of-many-swans ; In memory of the moon. (A killing.) ; Ijajee's story ; To the spirit of Monahsetah ; Diary. / Charlotte de Clue -- Jacklight ; Balinda's dance ; The lady in the pink Mustang ; The strange people ; Snow train ; Painting of a white gate and sky ; Dear John Wayne ; Turtle Mountain Reservation ; Scales (fiction) / Louise Erdich -- Mexico City hand game ; When I cut my hair ; Naneye'hi ; Coosaponakeesa ; Another dying chieftain ; Old Indian trick ; Road Hazard ; Palace dancer, dancing at last ; High cotton (fiction) / Rayna Green -- Early morning woman ; The blanket around her ; Conversations between here and home ; I am a dangerous woman ; There was a dance, sweetheart ; Someone talking ; There are oceans ; Fire ; Obscene phone call #2 ; She was a pretty horse ; A Scholder Indian poem ; It's the same at four A.M. ; The last song ; Morning once more ; Origins ; Remember ; Your phone call at eight A.M. ; Talking to the moon ; Moonlight ; Talking to the moon #002 ; Cuchillo ; Two horses ; Ice horses ; Noni daylight remembers the future ; The blood-letting ; She had some horses ; New Orleans ; What music ; The woman hanging from the 13th floor window ; Anchorage ; For Alva Benson, and for all those who have learned to speak / Joy Harjo -- red clay ; calling myself home ; Leaving ; Song for my name ; Nativity ; Blessings ; Oil ; Heritage ; Going to town ; Daybreak ; The women are grieving ; Black Hills survival gathering, 1980 ; The women speaking ; The diary of Amanda McFadden ; New shoes (fiction) / Linda Hogan
  • To some few Hopi ancestors ; Walking on the prayerstick ; The well-intentioned question ; Long division : a tribal history ; Protecting the burial grounds ; I expected my skin and my blood to ripen ; Three thousand dollar death song ; Chasing the paper-shamans ; Learning to understand darkness ; Detective work ; For Mable : Pomo basketmaker and doctor ; The man who dreamt he was turquoise ; The parts of a poet ; Mount St. Helens/Loowit : an Indian woman's song ; Entering the desert : big circles running ; Builder Kachina : home-going ; Epilog (to Lost copper) ; Halfbreed chronicles : Isamu ; The Pueblo woman I watched get down in Brooklyn ; Punk party [they told me it was literary ...] ; Julia ; Evening ceremony : dream for G.V. ; The Indian women are listening : to the nuke devils ; The poet haunted ; Naming power ; Hanabi-ko [Koko] / Wendy Rose -- Prologue ; Tribal chant ; The way I was ... ; Open dream sequence ; Quotes from a review ; Yesterday ; Conversations from the nightmare ; (The syl la ble speaks en erg y/sound) / Carol Lee Sanchez --Indian blood ; The last wolf ; Crazy dogholkoda ; Matmiya ; The ivory dog for my sister ; Good grease ; Once the striped quagga ; Ts'eekkaayah ; Naaholooyah (fiction) Mary TallMountain -- Vihio images ; Self-portrait ; A time of turquoise ; Three songs to mark the night ; Dusk chant ; Vihio images ; Goat-woman dares ; Corn-woman remembered ; How came she to such poppy-breath? ; Iron-door-woman / Judith Mountain Leaf Volborth -- Coyote brother song ; Naming the rain ; Child poem ; Poem for my father ; Blackbird winter ; Calumet early evening ; glenpool ; salt man / Annette Areketa West -- Beginning the year at Rosebud, S.D. ; Midnight on Front Street ; Lines for marking time ; Star quilt ; Dream of rebirth ; The long parenthesis ; Fire dragon, fall near me again (fiction) / Roberta Hill Whiteman -- Seboyeta Chapel ; Punto Final ; Someday soon I will be ; Le mujey de valor (fiction) / Shirley Hill Witt
Control code
10402837
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xix, 329 pages
Isbn
9780253358554
Lccn
83049002
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
portraits
System control number
(WaOLN)709453

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