This collection of eight short-stories based on actual spooky Oklahoma legends promises to captivate readers of all ages. Published by Forty-Sixth Star Press in 2008.
The Ghost of Mingo Creek and other Spooky Oklahoma Legends
An anthology in graphic format bringing together Native American storytellers from across the U.S. and several top illustrators to re-tell the old trickster tales in a new way. Published by Fulcrum Publishing and scheduled for release April, 2010.
It would be wonderful to add these stories to an Oklahoma history unit.
You gave us helpful ideas to consider when you want to tell your own story.
-2009 ORA Conference participant survey
My daughter Chiara and I met you briefly in Seminole at the Made in Oklahoma Day downtown. We bought your book, and would just like to say we love it. If there are any more books to be published we would love to be on a mailing list.
I would also like to thank you for the work you are doing to preserve Choctaw Heritage. God has given you a beautiful gift, and I am very grateful for what you have chosen to do with it.
- Shakira Carpenter
I don't think I have seen that many kids sit that still and quiet for such a long time.
It was great.
- Alma Grogan, Indian Education Director, Tuttle Public Schools
(11/17/09) Became an official Smithsonian Associate after spending a week at schools and the Trail Center in Casper, WY as part of the Smithsonian Institute Education Outreach program.
Upcoming Appearances (open to the public):
(10/26-27/11) Choctaw Nation Ghost Stories, Durant, OK
Guest Lecture Series
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(10/29/11) Storytelling at Bethany Public Library - 2pm
(11/21/11) Storytelling at Wichita Public Library
(04/30/10) Announced as recipient of Tribal Research Fellowship from ATALM for creation of short-documentary Choctaw Places: The Stories They Tell
(01/12/11) TRICKSTER was announced as a 2011 ALA Children's Book Notable for Middle Readers.
10/26/11) RELEASE of One Dark Night in Oklahoma by Forty-Sixth Star Press.
A collection of ten eerie short-stories based on actual Oklahoma legends for young adult readers. Published by Forty-Sixth Star Press.
One Dark Night in Oklahoma