Upcoming Works

Anishinaabe Songs for a New Millenium

Available on July 16, 2024!

Poetry Book, photos by Cheryl Welsh Belleville - July 16, 2024

Poem-songs summon the voices of Anishinaabe ancestors and sing to future generations

Marcie R. Rendon summons her ancestors’ songs, and her poem-songs evoke the world still unfolding around us, reflecting our place in time for future generations. Bringing memory to life, the senses to attention, she breaks the boundaries that time would impose, carrying the Anishinaabe way of life forward in the world. 

This collection undoubtedly sings through and for generations to come! These powerful poems ask us to trust the wind to catch and carry our songs and prayers. Through each page, Marcie R. Rendon guides us to radically dream a future of strength and reminds us that ‘Win or lose, there’s dancing to be done.’ — Tanaya Winder,  Author of Words Like Love

July 16, 2024 Book launch event, hosted by Birchbark Books 

Pre-order now at your local bookstore or online!

Published Works

When the Light of the World was Subdued, Our Songs Came Through

Fall, 2020. Edited by Poet Laureate Joy Harjo, this anthology features the work of more than 160 poets, celebrating the rich and varied poetry of the Indigenous peoples across Turtle Island (North America).

Yellow Medicine Review

Yellow Medicine Review is a journal of indigenous literature, art and thought. 

Rendon's poem "I Come From" is in this issue, Guest Edited by Zibiquah, a.k.a Ruth Denny. Cover photo by Theodore C. Van Alst, Jr. 


Impressions Project

St. Paul Almanac Summer 2017, Saint Paul Almanac Datebook 2013, 2011, 2010. 

Edited by Kimberly Nightingale. Arcata Press.

Reinventing the Enemy's Language

Anthology, edited by Joy Harjo and Gloria Bird. Arizona Press. amazon

Dreaming Into Being

Self-published chapbook, 29 pages.  Smashwords, Barnes & Noble

Sister Nations

Anthology, edited by Heid Erdrich, and Laura Tohe.  MN Historical Press 2002 amazon.com

Additional Works