Sherman Alexie

Monday, October 15, 2012

Sherman Alexie talks about his 20-year, 20-book career as a writer known for his irreverent observations of life among Native Americans in the Pacific Northwest. His newest collection, Blasphemy: New and Selected Stories, which includes 15 classics with 15 new stories in one anthology.


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Comments [3]


the idiocy of "the truth". what else is new from her one track mind.

Oct. 18 2012 09:09 AM
The Truth from Becky

I was with you until you said unlike "Black Folks" Indian's dont make it to the NBA...unbelievable. FYI...not all "Black Folks" who aspire to play for the NBA make it and not only Indians suffer and die from alcoholism...geez

Oct. 15 2012 12:59 PM
MC from Tsaile Arizona

The language of Canada's Dene Nation, along with the Navajo and Apache in the United States and many other "Athabaskan" dialects, have origins in the Ket language - an ancient and highly endangered language spoken by only a few people in Western Siberia

Oct. 15 2012 12:53 PM

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