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Amy Krout-Horn

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Amy Krout-Horn

Amy Krout-Horn worked as the first blind teaching assistant at the University of Minnesota’s American Indian Studies program. She is a regular contributor to Slate and Style magazine and, in 2008, was awarded their top fiction prize for War Pony. She co-authored the novella, Transcendence (All Things That Matter Press, 2009). Her creative non-fiction was featured in the spring 2010 issue of Breath and Shadow, and Talking Stick Native Arts Quarterly published her essay, Bleeding Black, in their fall 2010 issue. Her latest book is an autobiographical novel, My Father’s Blood (All Things That Matter Press, 2011). Currently, she is at work on her third novel, Dancing in Concrete Moccasins.

A staunch advocate for social and environmental justice, she writes and lectures on native history and culture, diabetes and disability, and humanity’s connection and commitment to the natural world. For more information, visit her web site at www.nativeearthwords.com

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