Anne Haven McDonnell lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and teaches at the Institute of American Indian Arts. Her poetry chapbook, Living with Wolves, came out in fall 2020 with Split Rock Press.
It is better to talk about white privilege with your straight white man-friend when you are zipped up in your down mummy bags, your backs on two inches of air above Continue reading
I’ve never seen a bear bared to air, skinned to a pearled blue — the color of inside shells or secrets. I’ve heard hunters shudder — how human they look, hung Continue reading