#WitchWeek2022 Day 3

“Thunderbirds”, by Norval Morrisseau (Bingwi Neyaashi Anishinaabe), Black Sheep Gallery, Nova Scotia.
Photo by Lizzie Ross (White).

Another day, another invitation to join #WitchWeek2022.

Today, my own post at Calmgrove introduces you to four books by Native American and First Nation authors from the US and Canada, none like any of the others. Humor and horror stand side-by-side in these worlds, which should surprise no reader.

But before you head to my Witch Week post, please take a few minutes to read Joy Harjo’s short poem, “American Sunrise“, which the Poetry Foundation has made available online. If you don’t know Harjo’s work, this poem gets you off to a good start.

Poetry first, and then fantasy. Not a bad combo.


About Lizzie Ross

in no particular order: author, teacher, cyclist, world traveler, single parent. oh, and i read. a lot.
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1 Response to #WitchWeek2022 Day 3

  1. J says:

    I love Joy Hart’s work. Thank you for introducing her to others.


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