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Elizabeth Cook-Lynn (born 1930) is a Crow Creek Lakota Sioux editor, essayist, poet, novelist, and academic, whose trenchant views on Native American politics, particularly tribal sovereignty, have caused controversy.

Cook-Lynn co-founded Wíčazo Ša Review ("Red Pencil"), an academic journal devoted to the development of Native American studies as an academic discipline. She retired from her long academic career at Eastern Washington University in 1993, returning to her home in Rapid City, South Dakota. She has held several visiting professorships since retirement.

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Fiction

  • Aurelia : a Crow Creek trilogy (Niwot, CO: Colorado UP, 1999)
  • From the river's edge (NY: Arcade, 1991).

Poetry

  • I remember the fallen trees : new and selected poems (Cheney, WA: Eastern Washington UP, 1998).

Short stories

  • The power of horses and other stories (NY: Arcade, 1990).
  • Seek the house of relatives (Marvin, SD: Blue Cloud Quarterly Press, 1983).
  • Then Badger said this (Fairfield, WA: Ye Galleon Press, 1983).

Non-fiction

  • Anti-Indianism in Modern America: A Voice from Tatekeya's Earth (Illinois UP 2001).
  • Politics of Hallowed Ground : Wounded Knee and the Struggle for Indian Sovereignty (with Mario Gonzalez) (Illinois UP, 1999).
  • Why I can't read Wallace Stegner and other essays : a tribal voice (Madison : University of Wisconsin Press, 1996).

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