MadHat and Fulcrum Present: An Evening of Native Poetry

Join us on April 8 during the Association of Writers & Writing Programs Conference & Bookfair 2015 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, at All My Relations Arts at 1414 E. Franklin Ave. from 6-7:30 p.m., to celebrate the launch of this very special folio of contemporary Native poets and poetics—readings from Fulcrum folio contributors and other innovators in the realm of Indigenous poetics including:


Chip Livingston
Allison Hedge Coke
Bojan Louis
Sara Marie Ortiz
Trevino Brings Plenty
Linda Rodriguez
LeAnne Howe
Orlando White. . .


And special surprise guests!


Info on the Association of Writers and Writing Programs (AWP) Conference & Bookfair

The AWP Conference & Bookfair is an essential annual destination for writers, teachers, students, editors, and publishers. Each year more than 12,000 attendees join our community for four days of insightful dialogue, networking, and unrivaled access to the organizations and opinion-makers that matter most in contemporary literature. The 2015 conference will feature over 2,000 presenters and 550 readings, panels, and craft lectures. The bookfair hosts over 700 presses, journals, and literary organizations from around the world. AWP is now the largest literary conference in North America. Join us in Minneapolis to celebrate the best of what contemporary literature has to offer.




All My Relations Arts honors and strengthens relationships between contemporary American Indian artists and the living influence of preceding generations, between artists and audiences of all ethnic backgrounds, and between art and the vitality of the American Indian Cultural Corridor.


All My Relations Arts envisions a community in which: Both American Indian and non-Indian audiences have broad access to quality American Indian art that presents the contemporary American Indian experience in all its diversity.

Our neighborhood, community, region, nation and beyond experience increased visibility and value of American Indian art, and the history and presence of indigenous cultures.

Minneapolis and the American Indian Cultural Corridor are known as an important national destination for American Indian art and artists—and those who appreciate them.