Indigenous Authors for Native American Heritage Month

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Katie McLain Horner and Kendra Winchester discuss books for Native American Heritage Month.

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Things Mentioned

Goodreads Choice Awards

The Indigenous Reading Circle Book Club


Twilight Falls – Juneau Black

And Then She Fell – Alicia Elliott

This Town Sleeps – Dennis E. Staples

The Berry Pickers – Amanda Peters

Never Whistle at Night: An Indigenous Dark Fiction Anthology – ed. Shane Hawk and Theodore C. Van Alst Jr.

The Fiction Writer – Jillian Cantor

The Folly – Gemma Amor


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