Zibiquah Denny is Potawatomi (People of the Fire) and Ho-Chunk (People of the Sacred Voice) originally from the great lakes and woodlands of Wisconsin. Educated at the University of California at Berkeley, she is a storyteller—she tells stories that educate by writing from an indigenous cultural and historical perspective and entertain by writing from contemporary experience. Former editor of The Circle newspaper and Executive Director of the Native American Journalists Association, she has published essays in the Yellow Medicine Review, The Hocak Worak, The Water-Stone Review and others. She is currently writing a memoir.
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