At All Arts, Erika T. Wurth wites about contemporary Native American speculative fiction. “An explosion in speculative Native American fiction is gaining commercial ground, and as a result, changing the way that non-Native and Natives think of Native people.”
At Booklist, Alexandria brown has some suggestions and offers some resources for librarians to build inclusive graphic novel collections and decolonize their libraries. “Decolonization work and graphic novels may not seem like an obvious pairing, but in fact, the two can go hand in hand. In recent years, […]
Watch all of the interviews friend of the Gutter Robert A. Mitchell conducted at Midnight Madness at the Toronto International Film Festival this year! Plus, question and answer video!
‘The recent rise of Native-produced sci-fi films is more than an academic fascination. These diverse set of films have the power to not only help us to reimagine our assumptions about the futures of Indigenous peoples, but also to serve as a cultural mirror enabling us to reassess […]