Why We Should Read Sherman Alexie? Thoughts of Library Lynn(e)s.

caret-down caret-up caret-left caret-right Experience Sherman Alexie Lynn M. Piotrowicz, Director Alexie uses few words to describe with poignancy the plight of the contemporary Indian (and I use that descriptor because he does even though it is now no longer politically correct terminology).  His stories are rife with broken people: alcoholism, violence, diseases, and mental health issues infiltrate the reservation. 

Reading Suggestions for You! – “Lincoln in the Bardo” Recommended by Joshua Colby6/7/2017The novel boasts a host of characters, each with their own distinct vernacular, and each with their own story to tell — stories that all come together to paint a picture of the precariousness of life during the civil war, as well as the tragedy of familial loss. There

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