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Little Badger, Darcie(b. 1987). “The Orphan of Greenridge (Water). Ko Ko Né Ä: Part I” In Ignorance is Strength: The Dystopia Triptych 1, Edited by Adams, John Joseph(b. 1976), Howey, Hugh [Crocker](b. 1975) and Yant, Christine. New York/London: Broad Reach Publishing + Adamant Press, 2020.

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[Nógha], Misha(b. 1955). Red Spider White Web. Lancaster, Eng.: Morrigan Publications, 1990.
Wilson, Daniel H[oward](b. 1978). Robopocalypse. A Novel. New York: Doubleday, 2011.
Hudson, Brian K.. “Run on Sooner City.” In Mitêwâcimowina: Indigenous Science Fiction and Speculative Storytelling, Edited by McLeod, Neal. [Pinticion, BC, Canada]: Theytus Press, 2016.

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Alexie, Sherman [Joseph] [Jr.](b. 1966). "The Sin Eaters" In The Toughest Indian in the World . New York:: Atlantic Monthly Press, 2000.
Rentz, Pamela. “Skinny Charlie’s Orbiting Teepee” In Apex Magazine, Edited by Sturgis, Amy H.. Vol. no. 99 A Celebration of Indigenous American Fantasists., 2017.
Rentz, Pamela. "Social Security" In The Wordstock Ten: Finalists from the 2007 Wordstock Short Fiction Competition. Wilsonville, OR: Distrib. Franklin, Beedle & Associates, 2007.
Little Badger, Darcie(b. 1987). “Story for a Bottle” In Love After the End: Two-Spirit Utopias & Dystopias, Edited by Whitehead, Joshua. Narol, MB, Canada: Bedside Press, 2019.

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Strete, Craig [Kee](b. 1950. "Time Deer" In Red Deer Planet. Vol. 4., 1974.
Vizenor, Gerald [Robert](b. 1934). Treaty Shirts: October 2034--A Familiar Treatise on the White Earth Nation. Middletown, CT: Wesleyan University Press, 2016.
Rentz, Pamela. "Trusted Leader" In Red Tape: Stories from Indian Country. Np: [CreateSpace], 2016.

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Little Badger, Darcie(b. 1987). "Venom and Bite" In Glitter + Ashes: Queer Tales of a World that Wouldn’t Die, Edited by Ring, Dave. [Washington, DC]: Neon Hemlock Press, 2020.

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Sanders, William(1942-2017). “When the World is All on Fire” In Asimov's Science Fiction. Vol. 25.10 & 11 (309 & 310) ., 2001.
Deloria, Vine Jr.(b. 1933). “Why the U.S. Never Fought the Indians” In The Christian Century. Vol. 93.1., 1976.

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