Toni Jensen’s Carry is a memoir-in-essays about gun violence, land, and Indigenous women’s lives (Ballantine 2020). An NEA Creative Writing Fellowship recipient in 2020, Jensen’s essays have appeared in Orion, Catapult, and Ecotone. She teaches at the University of Arkansas, the Institute of American Indian Arts, and is an instructor for the Orion Environmental Writers’ Workshop. She is Métis.
Isolation & Wonder in the Pribilof Islands
This article covers Alaska’s Pribilof Islands: their beauty and biodiversity, their cultural history, the environmental challenges the islands face, and the proposed solutions. Continue reading
Carry: A Memoir of Survival on Stolen Land
III. MOHAVE COMMUNITY COLLEGE, where I work in Kingman, opened in 1971. The land for the campus, the 160 acres that sit just outside town, was donated by John Continue reading