Essays & Scholarly Articles: Books
- Like “Reeds through the Ribs of a Basket”: Native Women Weaving Stories, (critical approaches to Native American literature) : An article from: The American Indian Quarterly.
- Redefining American Literary History, (book reviews) : An article from: The American Indian Quarterly.
- Portage Lake: Memories of an Ojibwa Childhood, (book reviews) : An article from: The American Indian Quarterly.
- After Confession: Poetry As Autobiography, Kate Sontag & David Graham (Editors), Graywolf Press.
- Talking on the Page: Editing Aboriginal Texts,
- Laura J. Murray & Keren Rice (Editors), Univ. Toronto Press.
“Writing Voices Speaking: Native Authors and an Oral Aesthetic.”
- Nothing But the Truth: An Anthology of Native American Literature,
- John L. Purdy & James Ruppert (Editors), Prentice Hall.
“The Possibilities of a Native Poetics” (Introduction to the Poetry Selections).
- This Giving Birth: Pregnancy and Childbirth in American Woman’s Writing,
- Julie Tharp and Susan MacCallum-Whitcomb(Editors), Popular Press
“The Birth of New Languages,” (a creative non-fiction essay)
- Native-American Writers, Harold Bloom (Editor), Chelsea Books.
- “The New ‘Frontier’ of Native American Literature: Dis-Arming History with Tribal Humor”
- Chippewa Families: A Social Study of White Earth Reservation,
- M. Inez Hilger, Minnesota Historical Society Press.
Introduction by Kimberly Blaeser.
- Other Sisterhoods : Literary Theory and U.S. Women of Color,
- Sandra Kumamoto Stanley (Editor), University of Illinois Press. (Hardcover)
“Like ‘Reeds Through the Ribs of a Basket’: Native Women Weaving Stories.”
- Native American Writers of the United States, (Dictionary of Literary Biography, V. 175),
- Kenneth M. Roemer (Editor), Gale Research.
- War Cries: A Collection of Plays, by Diane Glancy, Holy Cow Press.
- Introduction by Kimberly Blaeser.
- Native American Perspectives on Literature and History
- (American Indian Literature and Critical Studies Series, Vol 19) by Alan R. Velie (Editor), University of Oklahoma Press.
“The New ‘Frontier’ of Native American Literature: Dis-arming History with Tribal Humor.”
- Looking at the Words of Our People : First Nations Analysis of Literature
- by Jeannette C. Armstrong (Editor), Theytus Book.
“Native Literature: Seeking a Critical Center.”
- New Voices in Native American Literary Criticism
- (Smithsonian Studies in Native American Literatures), by Arnold Krupat (Editor), Smithsonian Inst Press. (Hardcover)
“The Multiple Traditions of Gerald Vizenor’s Haiki Poetry.”
- Buried Roots and Indestructible Seeds : The Survival of American Indian Life in Story, History, and Spirit,
- Martin Zanger & Mark A. Lindquist (Editors), University of Wisconsin Press. (Hardcover)
“Trickster: A Compendium” and “An Introduction.”
- Dear Christopher : Letters to Christopher Columbus by Contemporary Native Americans,
- by Darryl Wilson (Editor), University of California Native American Studies.
- Writing It Down for James : Writers on Life and Craft,
- Kurt Brown (Editor), Beacon Press.
“Entering the Canon: Our place in World Literature.”
- Encyclopedia of North American Indians, by Frederick E. Hoxie (Editor),
- Houghton Mifflin Co.
- Narrative Chance : Postmodern Discourse on Native American Indian Literatures,
- Gerald Vizenor (Editor)
(American Indian Literature and Critical Studies, Vol 8), University of Oklahoma Press.
“The Way to Rainy Mountain: Momaday’s Work in Motion.”
- American Indian Voices: A Regional Literacy Symposium, Faith B. Miracle,
- Wisconsin Academy of Science.
Excerpts from “The Greatest American Indian Work Ever, Or What Really is Indian Literature.”
Essays & Scholarly Articles: Journals
- “Relativity,” Wisconsin Academy Review, Vol. 46, No. 1 (Winter 1999-2000)
- “Centering Words: Writing a Sense of Place,” Wicazo Sa Review,
- Robert Warrior & Jace Weaver (Editors), Vol. 14, No. 2 (Fall 1999)
- “Like ‘Reeds Through the Ribs of a Basket’: Native Women Weaving Stories,”
- American Indian Quarterly, Special Issue:
“Cultural Property in American Indian Literatures: Representation and Interpretation.” Vol. 21, No.4 (Fall 1997)
- “Interior Dancers: Transformations of Vizenor’s Poetic Vision,”
- Studies in American Indian Literature, special issue ed. Louis Owens, V. 9, No. 1. (Spring 1997)
- “Finding Voice in the Wastelands of Academic Silence,”
- AWP Chronicle, V. 28, No. 2. (October/November 1995)
- “Pagans Rewriting the Bible:Heterdoxy and the Representation of Spirituality in Native American Literature,”
- Ariel: A Review of International English Literature, V. 25, No. 1. (January 1994)
- “Entering the World Canon: Out Place in World Literature,”
- Akwe:kon Journal, V. X, No. 1. (Summer 1993)
- “Trickster Signatures,” a review of 4 books by Gerald Vizenor,
- American Book Review, V. 14, No. 5. (December 1992 – January 1993)
- “Learning the ‘Language the Presidents Speak’: Images and Issues of Literacy in American Indian Literature,”
- World Literature Today, V. 66, No. 2. (Spring 1992)