Autumn Fourkiller

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Autumn Fourkiller is a Cherokee and Yuchi writer from rural Oklahoma currently at work on a novel about Indigenous ghosts. She is a 2022 Ann Friedman Weekly Fellow. Her work can be found in Scalawag, Atlas Obscura, and Repeller. You can follow her newsletter, "Dream Interpretation for Dummies," on Substack.

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As an Indigenous Writer, I Push and Protect My Readers, My People, and Myself

Redactions can be both silence and explanation. They function purely on my own terms and for my audience, my community.

May 05, 2022