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How To Say ‘Los Angeles’ In Comanche, Part 3 April 29, 2014: Continued from Part 1 and Part 2. The next morning, shaking the sleep off, my nephew was standing at the window and gazing out onto North Hollywood. He asked me, “How would you say Los Angeles [...] by

How To Say ‘Los Angeles’ In Comanche, Part 2 April 23, 2014: So there we were, my nephew, little sister, and myself in a small white four-door Saturn LE leaving the the outskirts of Barstow. I had just called our host to notify him where we were. Let me [...] by

How To Say ‘Los Angeles’ in Comanche, Part 1 April 21, 2014: One time someone asked me, as a Comanche poet was it beneficial acquiring an M.F.A. degree in Creative Writing? Yes, it was. I considered myself a poet before I walked onto that campus. Yet, [...] by

Careening Through the Birthplace of John Berryman to Get to a Reading in Chickasaw Nation April 11, 2014: Once, after deciding to quit poetry due to personal reasons, I promised myself to do non-poetry things, non-poet things. It back-fired of course. Eventually I find myself traveling to a creative [...] by