Monthly Archives: December 2014

The Warm Blanket

The last week of December is a warm blanket. It is soft and dark and I hold it close. My cold fingers pull the edge to my chin. The stars come early and leave late. The sun is only a … Continue reading

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One Thousand White Women, The Journals of May Dodd

Jim Fergus St. Martins Griffin, 1998 Fergus took an obscure historical event, played with it, and wrote fictional imaginative history. It is true that in 1854 a Cheyenne chief proposed an unprecedented exchange to U.S. army officers. Cheyenne culture was … Continue reading

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