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Fishing for Myth (MVP) by Brand: New Rivers Press at Charles Freeland Poetry. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Poetry. Native American Studies. ''In this delightful collection, Heid E. Erdrich reveals the mythic encounter beneath our daily lives. We see in a


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Poetry. Native American Studies. "In this delightful collection, Heid E. Erdrich reveals the mythic encounter beneath our daily lives. We see in a new light the boyfriend, the childhood game, the losses we endured, the dog we longed for, all given us again with rich and moving language. This collection comes into the heart like the first snow of winter and the blazing green of spring buds. It makes you take stock of your life and feel glad for it all."—Roberta Hill, author of Star Quilt

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