November 02, 2007

Red Ink publishes again

Red Ink Takes its Shot at Pop CultureRed Ink, the nation’s only nonprofit, student-run American Indian publication, will celebrate the publication of its latest issue, “Pop Culture.”

Marinella Lentis, a UA American Indian Studies doctoral student and Red Ink staff member, said, “This team is extremely excited about the publication of the second Red Ink issue we have been able to publish in a year. The magazine had been in a long hiatus before we came along. The new and returning artists featured in this edition are incredibly talented and share their fresh and original views on the topic of pop culture. Their artwork is stunning and their pieces of creative writing are important contributions to contemporary Native American literature.”
Comment:  Since Newspaper Rock is where Native America meets pop culture, I submitted some pieces for Red Ink's "pop culture" issue. I never heard back from them. I presume they didn't publish them because they prefer Native authors.

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