A regionalist Native American writer of literary fiction who captures intertribal and multicultural aspects within two tribally specific communities: Tahlequah and Lawton, Oklahoma.
Our Dance By Oscar Hokeah
“We Kiowa are old, but we dance.” —James Auchiah, “Kiowa Five” artist, Chief Satanta’s grandson.
Time Like Masks By Oscar Hokeah
“Childhood should be carefree, playing in the sun; not living a nightmare in the darkness of the soul.” ― Dave Pelzer,
Paper Towels By Oscar Hokeah
“Discipline doesn’t cure Asperger’s. But thanks for your concern.”
― Jennifer Cook O’Toole in AsperKids
I like to think I’m too smart to be manipulated. I have a Master’s Degree. I’m an avid reader and writer. Critical and creative thinking is my… Read more “Susceptibility to Structuralism’s Manipulation of Self-Preservation”
When I watch movies, I tend to watch independents. Sometimes I’ll watch the Hollywood independents, if it looks like they’re only going to modestly apply structuralism. I like… Read more “Humanitarian Effort for the Rich: Hollywood’s Humanizing Project”
Let’s say you’re in the office and you’re telling a story about someone. First you talk about what the person did. Maybe it’s something juicy, like a… Read more “When the Community has a Voice”