Putting pen or pencil to paper (or fingers to keys in more recent times) is an activity to which I’ve devoted a lot of time since my youth. My earliest memories of writing go back more than 30 years ... a lot has changed since then.
In those days I would spend hours lying on my parents’ living room floor - with a yellow Number 2 pencil clutched in the chubby fingers of my right hand - learning to write my name and the alphabet. Today I sit at a desk where a computer keyboard serves as my writing instrument. The technology and tools may be different, but the underlying principles remain the same. I still use words as a means of expressing myself and communicating with the world around me.
An Era of Free Native American Press
Ethel Austin Martin: One Brave Lady
Living Through Leukemia: A Journey to Health
Zaagidiwin is a Many Splendoured Thing (contributing author)
Sioux Falls Business Journal
Brandon Valley Challenger
Tri-State Livestock News
Indian Country Today
Bowlers Journal International
Spirit of the Plains
Wall Street Journal - Career Journal
National Native News
South Dakota Cooperative Extension Radio Service
4-H Poultry Showmanship: Fun with Fowl