Studies in American Indian Literatures 28:1

Studies in American Indian Literatures 28:1

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From the Editor

Articles
Pan-Maya and “Trans-Indigenous”: The Living Voice of the Chilam Balam in Victor Montejo and Leslie Marmon Silko
Paul Worley

I Remember You: Postironic Belief and Settler Colonialism in Stephen Graham Jones’s Ledfeather
Joseph Gaudet

Not Primitive Enough to Be Considered Modern: Ethnographers, Editors, and the Indigenous Poets of the American Indian Magazine
Michael Taylor

Writer’s Essay
Prisoners of History: Pocahontas, Mary Jemison, and the Poetics of an American Myth
Karenne Wood

Poems
Amonute, 1617
Karenne Wood

De-ha-wä-mis
Karenne Wood

Book Review
James H. Cox. The Red Land to the South: American Indian Writers and Indigenous Mexico
Jace Weaver