Women in the Fracklands: On Water, Land, Bodies, and Standing Rock
“Who is responsible for and to this woman, her safety, her body, her memory?”
Toni Jensen is the author of the story collection From the Hilltop. Her stories have been published in Ecotone, Denver Quarterly, Iron Horse Literary Review and elsewhere. She teaches in the Programs in Creative Writing and Translation at the University of Arkansas and in the low residency MFA program at the Institute of American Indian Arts.
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