author portrait

Theodore C. Van Alst Jr.

THEODORE C. VAN ALST, JR. (enrolled member, Mackinac Bands of Chippewa and Ottawa Indians) is the author of Tillie Olsen Award Winning Sacred Smokes (2018, now in its third printing) and Electa Quinney Award Winning Sacred City (2021) as well as the editor of The Faster Redder Road: The Best UnAmerican Stories of Stephen Graham Jones (2015), all from the University of New Mexico Press. His work has been published in Southwest ReviewThe RumpusRed Earth ReviewThe Journal of Working-Class StudiesChicago ReviewElectric Literature, and Indian Country Today, among others.


Check out these Halloween inspired horror titles

In celebration of the Halloween season, we are sharing horror titles and books that are aligned with the themes of the holiday: the sometimes unknown and scary creatures, witches, and ghosts. From Edith Wharton’s classic ghost stories and popular novels like Frankenstein and Dracula that are commonly celebrated today, in literature courses and beyond, to

Read more