06.10.2012 [Grand Forks Herald] - “Every Native American is a survivor,” said pre-med student Shyleen Hall, reading a piece by LouiseErdrich. The New York Times bestselling author, like Hall, is a member of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa. Some students shared their own poems and
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08.10.2012 [San Francisco Chronicle] - In the jarring opening to LouiseErdrich's beautiful new novel, "The Round House," a Native American boy learns that his mother has been brutally, and mysteriously, attacked. The assault raises troubling concerns regarding hate crimes against Native
01.10.2012 [The Tennessean] - On Tuesday, author LouiseErdrich, a Pulitzer Prize finalist, releases the second in a series of fiction novels set on a Native American reservation. Like the first, “The Plague of Doves,” Erdrich's latest book, “The Round House,” is centered on a
11.10.2012 [Santa Cruz Sentinel] - LouiseErdrich's new novel "The Round House" is the second part of what she plans as a trilogy centered on the Ojibwe native people of North Dakota. Given that the first book of that trilogy -- 2008's "A Plague of Doves" -- was a finalist for the
07.10.2012 [Kansas.com] - LouiseErdrich has created an oeuvre that is unique in American fiction. She combines excellent prose with captivating storytelling while unveiling a community much neglected, that of Native Americans. While other good writers address this diverse
02.10.2012 Oct 1, 2012 Tennessean. On Tuesday, author LouiseErdrich, a Pulitzer Prize finalist, releases the second in a series of fiction novels set on a Native American reservation. Like the first, “The Plague of Doves,” Erdrich's latest ...
22.05.2012 Omakayas and her family live on the land her people call the Island of the Golden-Breasted Woodpecker. Although the “chimookoman,” white people, encroach more and more on their land, life continues much as it always ...
12.10.2012 The Round House by LouiseErdrich. This is a newly released book that has been described as the Native American To Kill a Mockingbird. Thirteen year old Joe is forced to grow up too quickly when his mother is the victim of ...
05.09.2012 ... children's programming, including the Rosamond Gifford Lecture Series, which has brought more than 100 world-famous authors to Central New York, including Native American authors Sherman Alexie and LouiseErdrich.