Earth Power Coming: Short Fiction in Native American Literature

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One of the earliest and very best anthologies, with 30 pieces of fiction in a wide variety of styles.

 

Edited by Ortiz, Earth Power Coming is one of the earliest and very best anthologies, with 30 pieces of fiction in a wide variety of styles, themes and topics by such amazing writers as Linda Hogan, Leslie Marmon Silko, Anna Lee Walters, Joseph Bruchac, Gordon Henry, Peter Blue Cloud, Mary TallMountain, and many others. The stories are creative expression, strong voices grounded in the oral tradition; they range from stark realism to surrealism, humor and poignancy, joy and pain. They are all in a sense about healing the world; about singing, as D’Arcy McNickle wrote in Wind from an Enemy Sky, into the early morning air, singing of the “earth power coming.”

 

Author: Simon Ortiz (Acoma)

Binding Availability: Paperback

Published: 1983

Tribes/Ethnic Groups: Acoma