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Joseph Bruchac
Storyteller, poet, author of over 130 books for adults and young readers often reflecting my Abenaki heritage and Native American traditions.
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Joseph Bruchac 13h
Just spent the day with Nicola celebrating our anniversary with a trip to the Metropolitan Museum in NYC
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Joseph Bruchac Jun 16
My dear friend, at our age we need to both live one day at a time and imagine we have all the time in the world. Remembering, as the poet Nazim Hikmet did, that we may be planting fruit trees for others to harvest.
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Joseph Bruchac Jun 11
Replying to @JuneScudeler
And my middle grade novel WHISPER IN THE DARK is a bit on an homage to HPL. (Who I still love, despite his unvarnished racism toward us mongrel folks.)
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Joseph Bruchac Jun 11
Replying to @JuneScudeler
Great. Have you seen my little YA novel WOLF MARK? My take on the whole werewolf thing from Native perspective.
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Joseph Bruchac Jun 10
Do you know my buddy Drew Hayden Taylor’s Gothic novel THE NIGHT WANDERER?
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Joseph Bruchac Jun 6
Adirondack Writers Conference
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Joseph Bruchac Jun 4
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Joseph Bruchac Jun 4
Doing storytelling this Sunday June 9th at Pitney Meadows Community Farm in Saratoga Springs 1-2 pm dual fundraiser for Pitney Meadows and our Ndakinna Ed Ctr.
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Joseph Bruchac May 25
Replying to @MaracleLee
It is not an exaggeration to say that EVERY indigenous family in Kanada and the US suffered from the boarding and residential school regimes imposed on our nations. And that the aftermath is still deeply affecting our communities.
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Joseph Bruchac May 20
Chestnut leaves appear, Smaller than a squirrel’s ear Planting time is here.
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NPR Politics May 20
JUST IN: The Supreme Court ruled in favor of Native American rights in a 5-4 decision in a case out of Wyoming. Justice Neil Gorsuch provided the decisive vote in the case, siding with the court's liberal justices.
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Sylvia Chan-Malik May 19
Always remember: Malcolm X BELIEVED women. It cost him everything to do so--his position in the NOI; his relationship with Elijah Muhammad, a man he saw as a father figure; and in some ways, his entire life, a whole life spent with Betty and his 6 daughters.
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Barack Obama May 20
Here’s a great story: While we’ve still got a lot of work to do to make college affordable for everyone, that didn’t stop Robert F. Smith from seizing an opportunity to make a difference. He’s erasing the student loan debt for this year’s grads.
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Joseph Bruchac May 15
Two Canada geese Watching their downy goslings Sunlight on their backs
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Joseph Bruchac May 13
Sipsintow8gan Wligen kisosoik Nid8basisak My first attempt at a haiku in Abenaki. (Bird song/good that sun is shining/my little friend) It isn’t kisosoit, is it Conor?
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Joseph Bruchac May 9
Wonderful event to have shared
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Joseph Bruchac May 9
Looking forward to being there!!
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Joseph Bruchac May 5
Red salamander I picked up from the driveway Rests in the moist leaves.
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Joseph Bruchac May 2
Whoa, did I say 8 pm. The Warren/Jerling Concert: WHERE THE SONG IS is at 7 pm!!!
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Joseph Bruchac May 2
Concert by Bob Warren and Michael Jerling, 2 of my fave singer songwriters at our Ndakinna Ed Ctr this Sat 5/4/19 at 8 PM. One not to miss! These guys are so the real deal!
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