I Stand in the Center of the Good: Interviews with Contemporary Native American Artists

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Plates
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Rick Glazer-Danay, Buffalo Gal with Boots
Shan Goshorn, Receiving Star Gift
Hachivi Edgar Heap of Birds, Is What Is
Rick Hill, Portrait of a Whiteman
G. Peter Jemison, Buffalo Road III — Choices
Michael Kabotie, Rain Spirits
Frank LaPena, Deer Rattle/Deer Dancer
Carm Little Turtle, Iron Horse
Linda Lomahaftewa, Prayers from Marvin
George Longfish, The End of the Innocence
Mario Martinez, Bleeding Earth
Nora Naranjo-Morse, Flat Fetishes
Jaune Quick-to-See Smith, Trade (Gifts for Trading Land with
White People)
Susan Stewart, from the Awé series
Frank Tuttle, The Abundance of Things
Kay WalkingStick, The Abyss
Emmi Whitehorse, Untitled

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  • Title Page *
  • Contents *
  • Plates *
  • Acknowledgments *
  • Introduction *
  • Rick Glazer-Danay - Mohawk *
  • Shan Goshorn - Cherokee *
  • Hachivi Edgar Heap of Brids - Cheyenne-Arapaho *
  • Rick Hill - Tuscarora *
  • G. Peter Jemison - Cattaraugus Seneca *
  • Michael Kabotie - Hopi *
  • Frank Lapena - Nomtipom Wintu *
  • Carm Little Turtle - Apache-Tarahumara *
  • Linda Lomahaftewa - Hopi-Choctaw *
  • George Longfish - Seneca-Tuscarora *
  • Mario Martinez - Yaqui *
  • Nora Naranjo-Morse - Santa Clara *
  • Jaune Quick-To-See Smith - Flathead-Cree-Shoshone *
  • Susan Stewart - Crow-Blackfeet *
  • Frank Tuttle - Yuki-Wailaki-Koncow Maidu *
  • Kay Walkingstick - Cherokee *
  • Emmi Whitehorse - Navajo *
  • Notes *
  • Photo Credits *
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