April Lindala

Tim Fontaine puts a humorous spin on Indigenous journalism with Walking Eagle News.

The life of Dennis Banks, a founder of the American Indian Movement, is reviewed.

Hans Ahlstrom speaks with April Lindala about the anthology "And Here: 100 Years of Upper Peninsula Writing, 1917-2017" 

Nov 18, 6pm, Pages Bookshop, Detroit, with Sally Brunk, Margaret Noodin, and April Lindala, hosted by M.L. Liebler. This event is supported in part by Poets & Writers

future readings include:

Dec 5, 7pm, Bookbug, Kalamazoo, with Michael Delp, M. Bartley Seigel, Keith Taylor, and Jeff Vande Zande

In this week's installment, April Lindala says it's time to get those moccasins out and wear them!

April Lindala talks about efforts to recognize November 1 as Michigan Treaty Day.

Aspiring TV writer and Oklahoma Cherokee William Garroutte was recently selected to participate in NBC's program Writers on the Verge. 

Chief Judge of the Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians Allie Greenleaf Maldonado has been named the Detroit News' 2017 Michiganian of the Year.

The career of Native musician and actor Gary Farmer is discussed. 

Native poet Joy Harjo visits Northern Michigan University.

April Lindala talks about the film "Wind River" and the topic of sexual assault against Native women.