Coming in March 2013:
Native American Classics:
Graphic Classics Volume 24

Great Stories and Poems from America’s Earliest Authors

The Soft-Hearted Sioux-
Cultures and religions clash in a tale by Zitkala-Sa,
adapted Benjamin Truman, illustrated by Jim McMunn,
Timothy Truman and Mark A. Nelson

On Wolf Mountain
A story told from three viewpoints by Charles Eastman,
adapted by Joseph Bruchac and Robby McMurtry

The Hunter and Medicine Legend
The tale of a miraculous cure told by Elias Johnson,
adapted by Andrea Grant and Toby Cypress

How the White Race Came to America
History as interpreted by Handsome Lake and Arthur C. Parker,
illustrated by Roy Boney Jr.

A Prehistoric Race
How Turtle outwitted all the other animals
by Bertrand N.O. Walker, illustrated by Tara Audibert

The Thunder's Nest
The origin of thunder as told by George Copway,
adapted by Niigaanwewidam James Sinclair and Jay Odjick

The Story of Itsikamahidish and the Wild Potato
A tale of gaseous expulsion by Buffalo Bird Woman
and Gilbert L. Wilson, illustrated by Pat N. Lewis

Anoska Nimiwina
Religious revival and the Ghost Dance by William Jones,
adapted by Joseph Bruchac and Afua Richardson

The Middle Man
Land speculation and opportunism by Royal Roger Eubanks,
adapted by Jon Proudstar and Terry LaBan

Two Wolves
A story by the volume’s associate editor Joseph Bruchac,
adapted by Richard Van Camp and John Findley

Plus poems by Alex Posey, E. Pauline Johnson, John Rollin Ridge, Simon Pokagon, James Harris Guy, Israel Folsom, Carlos Montezuma, and associiate editor John E. Smelcer, with art by Marty Two Bulls, Arigon Starr, Bahe Whitethorne Jr., Murv Jacob, Weshoyot Alvitre, David Kanietakeron Fadden, Larry Vienneau Jr., Daryl Talbot and Kevin Atkinson

With cover by Randy Keedah and additional illustrations by Ryan Huna Smith, Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas, Joseph Erb, and David Dawangyumptewa


Graphic Classics Volume 24

144 pages, full color




Editors Joseph Bruchac and John Smelcer have written an article entitled The Boarding School Experience in American Literature, which provides background information and explains themes that recur in several stories in Native American Classics

Editors Joseph Bruchac and John Smelcer have written a second article entitled The Dawes Act and the Great American Indian Lands Grab, which provides background information and explains themes in Native American Classics stories, particularly Royal Roger Eubanks' The Middle Man.