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Includes bibl. references. - Contents: Says who: colonialism, identity and defining indigenous literature / Kateri Damm; Indigenous writers as authors of their own realities / J. Acoose; Popular images of nativeness / Marilyn Dumont; Native literature / K.M. Blaeser; History, nature, family, dream: the musical colors of their poems / Duane Niatum; Two views into contemporary native poetry / A.A. Hedge Coke; Dispelling and telling: speaking native realities in Maria Campbell's Halfbreed and Beatrice Culleton's In search of April Raintree / K. Damm; Thomas King's Medicine river / Gerry William; Halfbreed / J. Acoose; Native women / native survival: Janet Campbell Hale's The jailing of Cecilia Capture / V.L. Manyarrows; Inside looking out / A. Garnet Ruffo; Aboriginal people's estrangement: marginalization in the publishing industry / G. Young-Ing; In and around the forum / D.L. Birchfield.