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Red Weather
University of
Arizona Press,
April 1, 2012

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The People Who Stayed: Southeastern Indian Writing After Removal
Edited with Geary Hobson
& Kathryn Walkiewicz

Univ of Oklahoma Press, 2010

In its unparalleled historical depth and geographical scope,
The People Who Stayed
thus constitutes a truly exceptional and
ground-breaking achievement.
-- American Indian Quarterly

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Salt Publishing, 2007

How to understand the voice lost between forest and city, which cries,
"I am not wild, I am not human." Why fear wildness? What lies in the need
to tame ourselves and others? These are the questions raised in Janet McAdams' Feral.

. . . intelligent, intriguing, and beautifully crafted
– Pleiades

. . . deals smartly with questions of what
we lose by learning
– Boston Review

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The Island of Lost Luggage
University of Arizona, 2000

Achingly beautiful, these poems champion the abused, the oppressed.
— North American Review

  A keen, tart mind and a huge inquisitiveness. . . .neither the artist nor
her god can hide intelligence.

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