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pp. 1-1

Title Page, Copyright

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pp. 2-5

Contents

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pp. v-vi

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Foreword

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pp. vii-13

dg nanouk okpik is Inupiaq, Inuit, and was raised by an Irish and German family in Anchorage, Alaska. Her family had ocean-faring boats, and, growing up, she fished in many rivers, lakes, and seaports. As a poet, dg okpik draws on her Inupiat heritage, but she is firmly rooted in the complexities, tensions...

Siqinq: Sun January

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pp. 3-14

Ceprano Man

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pp. 4-10

Izrasugruk Tatqiq: February

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pp. 11-22

Imieauraq’s Ceremony of the Dead

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pp. 12-14

Addled

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pp. 15-17

Paniqsiqsiivik: March

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pp. 18-29

Moon of the Returning Sun

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pp. 19-30

Riding Samna’s Gyrfalcon

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pp. 20-22

Mask of Dance

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pp. 23-24

Agaviksiuvika Tatqiq: April

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pp. 25-36

The Fate of Inupiaq-like Kingfisher

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pp. 26-27

Drying Magma Near Illiamna

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pp. 28-30

Days of Next Yesterday

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pp. 31-42

Suvluravik Tatqiq: May

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pp. 32-43

Stereoscope

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pp. 33-34

Pearl Serpents in Trance

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pp. 35-46

Palmed Hands Foist Dice

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pp. 36-37

Ninilchik

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pp. 38-39

Bess and Raven

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pp. 40-51

Ibeivik: June Birth Time

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pp. 41-52

If Oil Is Drilled in Bristol Bay

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pp. 42-53

No Fishing on the Point

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pp. 43-44

Salt Cedar on Kokonee at Susitna River

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pp. 45-46

Demons in a Quonset Hut

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pp. 47-58

Date: Post Glacial

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pp. 48-49

Inyukuksaivik Tatqiq: July

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pp. 50-61

Little Brother and Serpent Samna

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pp. 51-52

Uqaqtaa: God Brings Her/Me to the Next Mind

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pp. 53-64

When Frog Songs Change

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pp. 54-65

Cell Block on Chena River

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pp. 55-66

The Shaman Palpates Her/My Body with Voices

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pp. 56-67

Aqavirvik Tatqiq: August

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pp. 57-68

Under Erasure

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pp. 58-69

The Pact with Samna

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pp. 59-60

Tingivik Tatqiq: September Moon

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pp. 61-72

Oil is a People

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pp. 62-63

Warming

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pp. 64-75

Her/My Arctic: Corpse Whale

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pp. 65-66

The Weight of the Arch Distributes the Girth of the Other

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pp. 67-78

A Violin in Blue

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pp. 68-79

Nuliavik Tatqiq: October

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pp. 69-80

For the Spirits-Who-Have-Not-Yet-Rounded-the-Bend

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pp. 70-74

The Flying Snow Knife

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pp. 75-86

The Sun, Moon, and the Dead Raven

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pp. 76-87

Nippivik Tatqiq: November

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pp. 77-88

Whalebone Wolf Hunters Dance

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pp. 78-89

Tonrat the Watchmaker Bestows His Wishes on Her/Me

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pp. 79-90

Tulunigraq: Something Like a Raven

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pp. 80-91

She Sang to Me Once at a Place for Hunting Owls: Utkiavik

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pp. 81-92

In Wainwright’s Musk Oil Spermary

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pp. 82-83

Her/My Seabird Sinnatkquq Dream

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pp. 84-86

Ukiuk: Winter Siqinrilaq Tatqiq: December

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pp. 87-98

Chain Link Fence at the End of Tin White Life

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pp. 88-99

A Ricochet Harpoon Thrown Through Time Space

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pp. 89-100

A Cigarette Among the Dead

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pp. 90-101

An Anatkuq’s Marionette of Death

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pp. 91-94

Loose Inuit Glossary

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pp. 95-97

Acknowledgments

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pp. 99-112