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.
Yellow Medicine Review: The Awareness Light Issue, 2014 A journal of Indigenous Literature, Art and Thought. Guest Editor: Carter Meland. SWMN State University Marshall, MN
Sing Poetry from the Indigenous Americas - Edited by Allison Hedge Coke, this multilingual collection of Indigenous American poetry joins voices old and new in songs of witness and reclamation. University of Arizona Press; 2011. amazon
Nitaawichige - Selected poetry and prose by four Anishinaabe writers. Poetry Harbor Publications, 2002. amazon.com
Rampike Magazine - Aboriginal Perspectives, vol. 11/no.2; edited by Kateri Damm. She Lived While Others Talked, and Daughters of My Grandmothers, 2000. Digital Commons, University of Windsor
Futures - Vol. 2, No. 19 - Contradictions; A common misconception, and You see this body, Oct. 2000.
Drum Voices Revue - A Confluence of Literary, Cultural & Vision Arts. Vol.9, No. 1, Summer/Fall 2000. Poem: Dream me an ocean…. Drumvoices
Rising Dawn - Archdiocese of St. Paul, MN. Dancing into being...
Sweetgrass Grows All Around Her, Native Women in the Arts; Toronto, Ontario
The Colour of Resistance, Sister Vision Press. amazon
Four Directions Magazine, Snowbird Press
Women Between Two Worlds, Vantage Press
Fireweed/A Feminist Quarterly, Fireweed Press
A Gathering of Spirit, Firebrand Books. amazon
The Second Seasonal Palate, Sanguinaria Publication
Speaking in Tongues, The Loft
Every Woman Has A Story, Haymarket Press