Tiffany Midge - The language sizzles, the images are burned into memory, the living and the dead are conversing in this powerful first book




Tiffany Midge, Outlaws, Renegades & Saints: Diary of a Mixed-Up Half Breed, Greenfield Review Press, 1996.


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OUTLAWS, RENEGADES AND SAINTS is an explosion of talent and imagination. The language sizzles, the images are burned into memory, the living and the dead are conversing in this powerful first book"- Susan Power




Poet Tiffany Midge is the author of the chapbook Guiding the Stars to Their Campfire, Driving the Salmon to Their Beds (Gazoobi Tales); the full-length poetry collection Outlaws, Renegades and Saints: Diary of a Mixed-Up Halfbreed (Greenfield Review Press, 1996), winner of the Diane Decorah Memorial Poetry Award; and the children's book Animal Lore and Legend: Buffalo (Scholastic, 1995). Midge's work has appeared in North American Review, The Raven Chronicles, Florida Review, South Dakota Review, Shenandoah, Poetry Northwest and the online journals No Tell Motel and Drunken Boat. She is the recipient of the Kenyon Review Earthworks Prize for Indigenous Poetry for her forthcoming book, The Woman Who Married a Bear.

Midge earned an MFA from the University of Idaho is an enrolled member of the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation. She is of Hunkpapa Sioux and German ancestry, and grew up in the Pacific Northwest, where she lives now. 

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