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OUR BEST OF THE SMALL PRESS AWARD GOES TO...

GRAYWOLF PRESS


REVIEWED TITLES FROM GRAYWOLF...


Dana Gioia, Can Poetry Matter?

Fanny Howe, One Crossed Out

Janet Kauffman, Places in the World a Woman Could Walk

Josip Novakovich, Apricots from Chernobyl

R.A. Sasaki, The Loom and Other Stories

Elizabeth Searle, A Four-Sided Bed

Leslie Marmon Silko and James Wright, The Delicacy and Strength of Lace


HONORABLE MENTIONS FOR RED CRANE PRESS...


Joseph Marshall III, On Behalf of the Wolf and the First Peoples

Patricia Justiniani McReynolds, Almost Americans: A Quest for Dignity (An American Memoir)


A NOD OF APPROVAL TO WOLFHOUSE PUBLISHING...


Rudy James/ThlauGoo YaílthThlee (The First and Oldest Raven), Devilfish Bay: The Giant Devilfish Story, An Alaska Indian Adventure


AN INTRODUCTION TO THE FIRST WORK OF FICTION ON VIET NAM FROM A NATIVE AMERICAN PERSPECTIVE


Philip Red Eagle, Red Earth


AND A HIGHLY RECOMMENDED READ FOR EDUCATORS


Herbert Grossman, Achieving Educational Equality:
Assuring All Students an Equal Opportunity in School


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