Table of contents for Speak to me words : essays on contemporary American Indian poetry / edited by Dean Rader and Janice Gould.

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Introduction: Generations and Emanations
	Dean Rader and Janice Gould
Poems as Maps in American Indian Women's Writing
	Janice Gould
Situating American Indian Poetry: Place, Community, and the Question of Genre
	Eric Gary Anderson
Daydreaming Primal Space: Cherokee Aesthetics as Habits of Being
	Marilou Awiakta
Beloved Woman Returns: The Doubleweaving of Homeland and Identity in the Poetry of Marilou Awiakta
	Daniel Heath Justice
The Power and Presence of Native Oral Storytelling Traditions in the Poetry of Marilou Awiakta, Kimberly Blaeser, and Marilyn Dumont
	Susan Berry Brill de Ramírez
Ain't Seen You Since: Dissent among Female Relatives in American Indian Women's Poetry
	Patricia Clark Smith
The Epic Lyric: Genre and Contemporary American Indian Poetry
	Dean Rader
Answering the Deer: Genocide and Continuance in the Poetry of American Indian Women
	Paula Gunn Allen
The Style of the Times in Paula Gunn Allen's Poetry
	Elaine A. Jahner
Herbs of Healing: American Values in American Indian Literature
	Carter Revard
Carter Revard's Angled Mirrors
	Janet McAdams
"Dawn / Is a Good Word": Naming an Emergent Motif of Contemporary Native American Poetry
	Robert M. Nelson
Call Me Brother: Two-Spiritness, the Erotic, and Mixedblood Identity as Sites of Sovereignty and Resistance in Gregory Scofield's Poetry
	Qwo-Li Driskill
Song/Poetry and Language---Expression and Perception
	Simon J. Ortiz
Suggestions for Further Reading
Source Acknowledgments

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: American poetry Indian authors History and criticism, American poetry 20th century History and criticism, Indians of North America Intellectual life, Indians in literature