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- Poets pledge allegiance to a country I don't believe in.
- "A Country is How Men Hunt," NDN Coping Mechanisms: Notes from the Field (2019)
- The fundamental violence of colonialism, then, is perhaps the inculcated sense, a sensation that bubbles up most acutely by way of the physiological, that your body is not yours to keep, that it is never solely yours to maintain sovereign control over.
- "To Be Unbodied" (2019)