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All About Sherman Alexie

Sherman Alexie Sherman Alexie

Sherman Alexie is undoubtedly the most famous Indian writer and arguably the most famous Indian in the arts. He's practically a pop-culture icon. Here's collection of links on him and his work:

Sherman Alexie in the Classroom
Alexie on comedy and politics
How Sherman Alexie succeeds
Finding Native porn
Sherman on the stand
Alexie vs. SuperSonics
True Diary chosen as One Book
Catcher in the Rye for minorities
Alexie to deliver keynote speech
Alexie in the Hot 100
Alexie reads from Diary
Alexie takes the stage
Alexie in good company
Alexie wins book award
Absolutely True Diary: memoir or fiction?
Absolutely True Diary up for award
Alexie is sorry, sort of
Alexie uses n-word with kids
Absolutely True Diary to be banned?
What Alexie is working on
Alexie on Churchill
Alexie mellows out
Alexie's young-adult novel
No such thing as "Indian fiction"?
Sherman Alexie blogs
Alexie riffs on Flight
Alexie on basketball
Zits reminiscent of Cho
Alexie sets poetry to jazz
Funny, provocative Flight
What happened after Smoke Signals?
Flight is disappointing
Alexie wows film fest
Crying over Alexie's new novel
Alexie the time traveler
Ojibwe author disses Erdrich, Alexie

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