Full Moon on the Reservation

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Poetry. American Indian Studies. FULL MOON ON THE RESERVATION is a collection of poetry by Gloria Bird, a North American Native Author's First Book Award Winner: "In Gloria Bird's auspicious first collection, present and past, personal and communal, coalesce to form a story simultaneously present and stretching back in time. Each poem is a making, a hard won moment of change which reclaims the self that is the story. The result is a poetry both grounded and in flux, a poetry of unblunted edge and great beauty. ...
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Poetry. American Indian Studies. FULL MOON ON THE RESERVATION is a collection of poetry by Gloria Bird, a North American Native Author's First Book Award Winner: "In Gloria Bird's auspicious first collection, present and past, personal and communal, coalesce to form a story simultaneously present and stretching back in time. Each poem is a making, a hard won moment of change which reclaims the self that is the story. The result is a poetry both grounded and in flux, a poetry of unblunted edge and great beauty. Stunning in the fleet recognition, never static, always changing, Gloria Bird's poems observe both the survival and rebirth of her story rendered by that very sense as she says 'of the mountain Loowit rearranging her molecules into something else-then change'" -Maxine Scates.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780912678863
  • Publisher: Greenfield Review Press
  • Publication date: 3/1/1994
  • Edition description: 1st ed.]
  • Pages: 67
  • Product dimensions: 5.40 (w) x 8.30 (h) x 0.30 (d)

Table of Contents

The Twinning
The Unfaithful
Nine Months Waiting
4th of July Medicine Woman
Predictions of Yard Rain
White Salmon Moon
Watching Crow Time
When Nothing Else Works, Resort to Indian Tricks
Bare Bone Winter
Images of Salmon and You
Premonition of Bad Weather
Full Moon on the Reservation
Matriarchal Bloodlines
Returning
For History On Behalf of My Children
Girl
Girl in Winter
The Grief of Hair
Potsherd
The Hunter and the White Woman
In Chimayo
Cruelty
Remembering His Music
Magpies
Inheriting the Ruins
Dream Crashers
Withdrawal
El Puerto de la Luna Trastornada
One Moon
Sunset
In Exile
Of Protection
Signs of Recognition
Killer Women
The City of Roses
Found Poets
10 Cent Call
Pool Shark
The Jet's Smokin'
He Dedicates Himself to the Surreal
Note From The Desert
Facing North
Response to Bad Vibes
Woman Split Open
The Old Conquistador as Sacrifice
We Are Still Waiting
Evolutions of a Poet
Waking
Train Home
For Healing
The Theme of the Anti-Heroine In Film
Twenty-two Twenty-four No. B
Another Bad Day Poem
The Giveaway Poem
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