AKWE:KON: A JOURNAL OF INDIGENOUS ISSUES
300 Caldwell Hall, Cornell
University, Ithaca, NY 14853
Formerly NORTHEAST INDIAN QUARTERLY, wide range of articles, legal issues, Native agriculture, history, reviews, poetry, fiction, photos; quarterly.
AMERICAN INDIAN CULTURE AND RESEARCH JOURNAL
American Indian Studies Center,
3220 Campbell Hall, UCLA,
405 Hilgard Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90024-1548.
Professional, scholarly quarterly, interdisciplinary; lots of excellent, meaty reviews.
AMERICAN INDIAN LIBRARIES NEWSLETTER
American Indian Library Assoc. (AILA),
c/o Lotsee Patterson, School of Library and Information Studies,
University of Oklahoma,
401 W. Brooks, Norman, OK 73019.
Quarterly, job announcements, spot news, AILA minutes; excellent short book reviews by Lisa Mitten of the University of Pittsburgh; American Indian Library Association, c/o Joan Howland, Law Library, University of Minnesota, 229 19th Avenue, South, Minneapolis, MN 55455.
THE FOUR DIRECTIONS: AMERICAN INDIAN LITERARY QUARTERLY
Co., P.O. Box 729,
Tellico Plains, TN 37385.
Quarterly, packed with poetry, short fiction, essays, all by Native writers.
GATHERINGS: THE EN'OWKIN JOURNAL OF FIRST NORTH AMERICAN PEOPLES
Theytus Books LTD, P.O. Box 20040, Penticton, B.C., Canada V2A 8K3. Published annually by the En'owkin Centre International School of Writing, a Native writers school in Canada, affiliated with the University of Victoria, but operated by Native people; packed with creative work (poetry, fiction) by Native writers from throughout North America.
GREAT PROMISE MAGAZINE
1103 Hatteras, Austin, TX 78753.
Will be a magazine for Indian children, grades 5-8; still in development stage; currently publishing a newsletter, PIPELINES.
INDIAN YOUTH OF AMERICA NEWSLETTER
P.O. Box 2786,
Sioux City, IA 51106.
Quarterly; each issue showcases fiction or poetry from some of the best Native authors (Carter Revard, Virginia Driving Hawk Sneve, Beth Brandt, etc).
2951 Ellenwood Drive,
Fairfax, VA 22031-2038.
Combined monthly newsletter of the Native Writers' Circle of the Americas and Wordcraft Circle of Native American Mentor & Apprentice Writers; showcase of original poetry, fiction, and essays by Native apprentice writers; reports on writer's conferences and workshops; where to publish your writing; profiles of Native authors.
NATIVE AMERICAN AUTHORS DISTRIBUTION PROJECT
The Greenfield Review Press, 2
Middle Grove Road,
P.O. Box 308,
Greenfield Center, NY 12833.
Funded, in part, by a grant from the Bay Foundation; distributes work only by Native American authors, more than 360 titles from 80 different publishers, mostly books, but including current and back issues of Native periodicals (THE FOUR DIRECTIONS, WICAZO SA REVIEW, NEWS FROM NATIVE CALIFORNIA, AKWE:KON JOURNAL, etc.). For the current catalog send a self-addressed, stamped envelope (two stamps).
NATIVE PEOPLES MAGAZINE
5333 N 7th St., Phoenix, AZ 85014-2804.
Full color quarterly magazine devoted to arts and lifeways of Native people.
NATIVE PLAYWRIGHTS NEWSLETTER
P.O. Box 1364
Madison, WI 53701-1364
Interviews with Native playwrights (Bruce King, LeAnne Howe, Carlotta Kauffman, etc.); news and reviews; history of Native theater.
NEWS FROM NATIVE CALIFORNIA
P.O. Box 9145
Berkeley, CA 94709.
Quarterly magazine covering a wide range of issues, exclusively concerning Indigenous peoples of California; articles, events calendar, reviews, history, photos.
THE RAVEN CHRONICLES
P.O. Box 95918
Seattle, WA 98145.
Multi-cultural journal of the arts and literature, including Native American literature; poetry, fiction, essays, reviews; winner of Washington State Bumbershoot Awards for literary excellence.
Postal Drawer V
Browning, MT 59417.
Debut issue was early in 1994; an Indian owned magazine devoted to Plains Indian culture.
STUDIES IN AMERICAN INDIAN LITERATURES
c/o Robert M. Nelson
University of Richmond
Richmond, VA 23173.
Quarterly scholarly journal focusing exclusively on American Indian literatures; reviews, interviews, bibliographies, scholarly and theoretical articles; often has special theme issues.
Native American Center for the Living Arts
25 Rainbow Boulevard S.
Niagara Falls, NY 14303.
Quarterly magazine; wide range of articles, emphasis on Native environmental and legal issues; fiction, reviews, photos; special children's section.
4407 Morrison Road
Denver, CO 80219.
Monthly newsletter of the Denver Indian Center reporting on local programs, activities, issues.
WICAZO SA REVIEW
Route #8, Box 510,
Rapid City, SD 57702.
Bi-annual, since 1985; academic journal by American Indian Studies professionals; reviews, scholarly articles and essays, literary criticism, some poems and short stories.