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When: Friday, April 22nd, at 7:15 PM-8:15 PM
Where: Murdock Hall (MUR) 101, ASU, Tempe campus
Help celebrate the inaugural issue of RED INK International Journal of Indigenous Literature, Arts, and Humanities with National Book Award-winner Sherman Alexie, a Spokane-Coeur de Alene poet, filmmaker, and novelist. Alexie will give a talk and then read from and sign copies of his books, which will be available for sale at the event by Phoenix Book Company.
Alexie has published 24 books including What I’ve Stolen, What I’ve Earned, Blasphemy: New and Selected Stories, The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian, and a 20th Anniversary edition of his classic book of stories, The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven.
Smoke Signals, the movie he wrote and co-produced, won the Audience Award and Filmmakers Trophy at the 1998 Sundance Film Festival.
Alexie’s visit is hosted by the ASU RED INK Indigenous Initiative for All: Collaboration and Creativity at Work, with support from ASU’s American Indian Studies, Department of English, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, and Center for Indian Education.
You can find the event flyer here & ASU Event description here.
Please join us on Saturday, April 16, from 12-1PM at the Connections Café in the Tempe Public Library, where Red Ink Editors & members of the ASU faculty will be participating in the inaugural Tempe Book Festival. Acclaimed poets Simon Ortiz, Bojan Louis and Laura Tohe will be sharing their works. The reading will celebrate authors who are expressive voices of Indigenous (Native) America as a social-cultural entity.
RED INK News
RED INK: International Journal of Indigenous Literature, Arts, & Humanities is an expressive voice of Indigenous (Native) American identity, land, culture, and community. Formerly known as Red Ink Magazine, the Journal has re-opened calls for submission and will publish its inaugural issue in Spring 2016.
Vol. 17.2, Winter 2014-2015
This is University of Arizona’s final issue of Red Ink Magazine. Stay tuned for the sneak peek of Arizona State University’s first issue, Vol. 18.1. coming Spring 2016.
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