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Voices of the Warp & Weft

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Voices of the Warp & Weft is the second anthology produced by West Warwick Public Library. A talented group of individuals who identify with Indigenous Peoples' ancestry, society, upbringing, and/or roots underwent weeks of workshops and peer review to polish and publish their fiction, and they hope you have as much fun reading as they did writing.


In this collection you'll find tales and poetry from six Indigenous authors from tribes across the United States. The passions and stories of these young writers span a variety of genres, from psychological horror and science fiction to fables and fantasy. Join a young academic as her eyes are opened to the truth buried in the bones of an institution, or find out what really happened on the night of a troubled woman's last drive. Gather your family for a fable about unlikely friendship, or adopt different perspectives through poetry. Perhaps you'll accept an unusual stranger's invitation to a night at a gallery unlike any other, or take up arms with a soldier who stands between a vicious enemy and the last of the human race. No matter which world you turn to, whether it's inhabited by familiar woodland friends, a terrible contagion, or unquiet bones, each one is sure to weave the familiar with the new in a cover to cover experience of fear, heartache, family, and hope.

Featuring the work of Abi Bentium, Rachel Gruner, Madeleine Hutchins, V.N. Keane, Leah Olson, Angel Beth Smith, and Gola Yona.

This project was made possible in part by a grant from the Rhode Island Office of Library and Information Services using funds from the Institute of Museum and Library Services. This anthology exists thanks to the work of our passionate local authors, the dedication of our staff, and the support of our community partners, including the Tomaquag Museum and the Cranston Public Library.

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