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Feather Chronicles, 2016 Edition Now in our ninth year of publication, Feather Chronicles continues to grow and improve. Works of poetry, fiction, and creative non-fiction stand alongside beautiful photography and art to create this sparkling panoply. This edition includes creative work from several authors and poets contributing to the magazine for the first time. Among them are poets Alex Adamski, Burton Arthur, Jacqueline Braun, Citralina Haruo, Darian Isaac, Sam Knapp, and AnnMarie Spice, along with storywriters Ashley Peters, Jenna Steeno, and Rhiannon Boyd. Their work appears alongside contributions from talented writers and artists whose work appeared in previous issues: Mary Anne Hill, Dale Kakkak, Sabrina Hemken, Dolly Potts, Madona Wilber, and Melissa Wilber. As always, Feather Chronicles thanks our contributing authors and artists. The cover image, Blue Sky, is by Madona Wilber. The 2016 edition of Feather Chronicles is published online through the digital publishing platform, Issuu.com. Everything published in the magazine since the first issue in 2008 is accessible in one online place, with consistent formatting that features state-of-the-art appearance and paging. Thanks to CMN’s Webmaster, Sue Delrow, for developing this platform for the magazine and for her work formatting and uploading content.

Feather Chronicles is produced by College of Menominee Nation students and includes contributed work from students (current, former, and future), CMN staff and faculty, and anyone engaged in the college’s many community activities. Submissions are welcome; please email them to DVickers@menominee.edu. The content of Feather Chronicles is protected by copyright controlled usually by the original author and in all other cases by Feather Chronicles. U.S. and international copyright laws apply and visitors may not reproduce any content except for personal, non-commercial use.

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Feather Chronicles 2016  

Feather Chronicles is produced by College of Menominee Nation students and includes contributed work from students (current, former, and fut...