Indigenous voices community board
Resources & opportunities for the Indigenous wordsmith
Red Planet Books & Comics
An Albuquerque-based, Native American-owned small business that focuses on increasing Indigenous representation and awareness through pop culture such as comics, toys and games. As the world’s only Indigenous-owned comic book shop, Red Planet BNC privileges Native creators and creations while also amplifying BIPOC, LGBTQ+, and Women creatives, both in-store and on their website.
RED INK International Indigenous Journal
An International Indigenous Journal in partnership between Arizona State University’s Labriola Library Collections and other Indigenous communities, RED INK is actively seeking contributions for ALL Indigenous students to participate in assembling the journal’s creative art process, photography, write ups and directing its community zeitgeist. Students and community members who are interested in social media development, blogs, vlogs, and active story making dedicated to expressing an Indigenous economy that expresses wealth as a means that equates to health and happiness for all, email: James.Blasingame@asu.edu.
Abalone Mountain Press
“A place for Indigenous writers to dismantle the canon”
A Diné womxn-owned press located on occupied Akimel O’odham land. Mission: to create a space for Indigenous voices to be heard without having to accommodate the white gaze. We strive to create books for Native people by Native people and create a press that supports Native artistry in all forms.
We are an indigiqueer, trans, non-binary, Black Indigenous, Indigenous feminist friendly press. We do not accept any forms of lateral violence, Homophobia, racism or sexism in our work or in submissions.
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