Quoted in the NYT Book Review: “To be alive means taking up our place in a chain of conversions,” Demuth reminds us.

by Bathsheba Demuth

Fierce Climate, Sacred Ground: An Ethnography of Climate Change in Shishmaref, Alaska

by Elizabeth Marino

Both authentic and accurate, this story from Bristol Bay will haunt you.

by Mia Heavener

Talaga's analysis of systemic racism in Canada aids understanding of the epidemic youth losses in Alaska and Canada.

by Tanya Talaga

Journalist Tanya Talaga addresses root causes of the epidemic of suicide among Indigenous people worldwide.

by Tanya Talaga

Lessons from the North: Remote Kamchatka is not so very far from Alaska.

by Julia Phillips

Taaqtumi: An Anthology of Arctic Horror Stories

by Aviaq Johnston

Alaskan Elizabeth Peratrovich's speech paved the way for the first state anti-discrimination act in the nation.

by Annie Boochever

Tagaq's award-winning art, throat-singing, and now her first novel, communicate the strength of Iñuit culture.

by Tanya Tagaq

One Water

by Rob McCue

Coming in March with a surprise! Preorder now.

by Yuri Rytkheu

Eileen Norbert has raised the bar for documenting history and culture.

by Eileen Norbert

Both funny and painful, this 2012 NBA Winner puts the spotlight on protecting indigenous women from sexual violence.

by Louise Erdrich

Pulitzer prize finalist, from National Book Award winning Louise Erdrich, author of The Round House.

by Louise Erdrich

Deep Creek: Finding Hope in the High Country

by Pam Houston

Caribou Island

by David Vann

The Winter Walk: A Century-Old Survival Story from the

by Loretta Outwater Cox

Traplines: Stories

by Eden Robinson

Monkey Beach: A Novel

by Eden Robinson

Blood Sports: A Novel

by Eden Robinson

The Birchbark House

by Louise Erdrich

The best first five pages of descriptive writing I have ever read. --Lisa, owner of Denali Sunrise Publications.

by Linda Hogan

Shapes of Native Nonfiction: Collected Essays by Contemporary Writers

by Elissa Washuta

Therapeutic Nations: Healing in an Age of Indigenous Human Rights

by Dian Million

My Body Is a Book of Rules

by Elissa Washuta

This Accident of Being Lost: Songs and Stories

by Leanne Betasamosake Simpson

As We Have Always Done: Indigenous Freedom Through Radical Resistance

by Leanne Betasamosake Simpson

Heart Berries: A Memoir

by Terese Marie Mailhot

Blonde Indian: An Alaska Native Memoir

by Ernestine Hayes

Becoming Earth

by Eva Saulitis

Leaving Resurrection

by Eva Saulitis

Raising Ourselves: A Gwitch'in Coming of Age Story from the Yukon River

by Velma Wallis

My Name Is Not Easy

by Debby Dahl Edwardson

On the Edge of Nowhere

by James Huntington

The Spill: Personal Stories from the EXXON Valdez Disaster

by Sharon Bushell

Amazing Pipeline Stories: How Building the Trans-Alaska Pipeline Transformed Life in America's Last Frontier

by Dermot Cole

The Kids from Nowhere

by Mr. George Guthridge

The Firecracker Boys: H-Bombs, Inupiat Eskimos, and the Roots of the Environmental Movement

by Dan O'Neill

Two in the Far North

by Margaret E Murie

North Shore: A Natural History of Minnesota's Superior Coast

by Chel Anderson

Ordinary Wolves

by Seth Kantner

Swallowed by the Great Land: And Other Dispatches from Alaska's Frontier

by Seth Kantner

Tisha: The Story of a Young Teacher in the Alaskan Wilderness

by Robert Specht

The Island Within

by Richard Nelson

Arctic Dreams: Imagination and Desire in a Northern Landscape

by Barry Lopez

Hunters of the Northern Forest: Designs for Survival Among the Alaskan Kutchin

by Richard K. Nelson