Cut Bank Creek Press is proud to announce that the long-awaited reprint of Winona LaDuke’s only novel is now available! Based on a tragic history and presenting a hopeful vision for the future, Last Standing Woman is a powerful and poignant novel tracing the lives of seven generations of Anishinaabe (Ojibwe/Chippewa). Beginning in the 1860s, the story chronicles a Native -American reservation and its people’s struggle to maintain their culture. Battling alcoholism, sexual abuse and violence to regain their land, the characters are living heroes full of hope and vision.
Winona LaDuke is a writer, economist, lecturer and enrolled tribal member of the Anishinaabe of White Earth reservation. She is also the Executive Director of Honor the Earth, where she works on a national level to advocate, raise public support, and create funding for frontline native environmental groups.
Last Standing Woman is available here.
Looking for Gyasi Ross for speaking engagements and other appearances? Gyasi has a new website at gyasi-ross.com.
Stonington Gallery in Pioneer Square in Seattle recently hosted the book launch reception for the new book by Gyasi Ross, How to Say I Love You in Indian.
Gyasi Ross signs his new book
Guests picked up copies of both Gyasi’s books. T-shirts promoting the new book were also very popular.
Guests mingled and enjoy fabulous food and wine.
The author regaled the attendees with a poem and his charm and wit.
Gyasi talks about his latest articles with host Marc Steiner on WEAA-FM in Baltimore. Listen to the show here.
Here is a review by Urban Native Magazine of the new book by Gyasi Ross.
Author Gyasi Ross will discuss his new book How to Say I Love You in Indian on December 14 from 7 to 9pm at the American Indian Community House at 134 W. 29th St. 4th Floor, New York City. Don’t miss it!