Tiffany Midge is an enrolled citizen of The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and was raised in the Pacific Northwest. She is a humor columnist for Indian Country Media Network, and her work is featured in McSweeney’s, Waxwing, Queen Mob’s Teahouse, Moss, and World Literature Today. Midge’s poetry collection The Woman Who Married a Bear (University of New Mexico Press) won the Kenyon Review’s Earthworks Prize for Indigenous Poetry and a Western Heritage Award.
I rang the bell and was ushered to his home office. There were skulls and bones of deceased writers lining the bookshelves, each marked with an identifying plaque. Barbara Kingsolver. Tony Hillerman. Nasdijj.