Forms of Native Nonfiction: ‘The container Isn’t a Metaphor, It’s an illustration’

Forms of Native Nonfiction: ‘The container Isn’t a Metaphor, It’s an illustration’

The editors of “Shapes of Native Nonfiction” talk in regards to the art of composing, the politics of metaphor, and resisting the exploitation of traumatization.

The question of “craft” is main towards the anthology that is new of Native Nonfiction: Collected Essays by Contemporary Writers, modified by Elissa Washuta and Theresa Warburton. It is here within the name it self, using its increased exposure of forms and shaping, but beyond that, for the anthology there clearly was a recurrent desire for issue of art and crafting, in both the feeling of the writers’ craft as well as in the connection between writing as well as other forms of crafts. Read more