Cover Photo: illustration of hand, game die and tokens from the fictional game featured in this story; tokens include an eagle, Appaloosa horses, a cowboy hat, diggin' stick, and moccasin
Illustration by Sirin Thada for Catapult

wIndin!—the exhilarating game of kinship, chance & economic redistribution

The winner must avoid having part or all of his or her assets taken into trust by the federal government.


Excerpted from Beth Piatote’s now available from Counterpoint Press.


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Hey Iris,

We are off to find the most scenic locale for me to get my ass kicked, Socratic-style. I will call you from random places so PICK UP!

I hope that your time at home was everything you needed it to be.

The enclosed is for you. You can thank me later.

Love,
T

Beth Piatote is a writer and scholar. She is Nez Perce from Chief Joseph’s Band and is an enrolled member of the Colville Confederated Tribes. She holds a PhD from Stanford University and is currently an associate professor at UC Berkeley. She lives in the Bay Area with her two children.