restricted access   Volume 21, Number 3, Fall 2009

Table of Contents

From the Editors

pp. vii-xi


"The Injin is civilized and aint extinct no more than a rabbit": Transformation and Transnationalism in Alexander Posey's Fus Fixico Letters

pp. 1-35

"A Limited Range of Motion?": Multiculturalism, "Human Questions," and Urban Indian Identity in Sherman Alexie's Ten Little Indians

pp. 36-57

Conversations and Commentaries

A Response to Sam McKegney's "Strategies for Ethical Engagement: An Open Letter Concerning Non-Native Scholars of Native Literatures"

pp. 58-65

"The corn people have a song too. It is very good": On Beauty, Truth, and Goodness

pp. 66-89

Creative Nonfiction

Winter in Lingit Aani Brings Magpies and Ravens

pp. 90-94

Book Reviews

Three Plays: The Indolent Boys, Children of the Sun, The Moon in Two Windows (review)

pp. 95-98

The Sound the Stars Make Rushing Through the Sky: The Writings of Jane Johnston Schoolcraft (review)

pp. 98-101

Silko, Writing Storyteller and Medicine Woman (review)

pp. 102-104

The Miko Kings: An Indian Baseball Story (review)

pp. 104-107

News and Announcements

p. 108

Contributor Biographies

pp. 109-111

Major Tribal Nations and Bands

pp. 112-115