For centuries, Native American story-telling has inspired and informed. From the oral tradition, to dance, to basket-weaving and beadwork, these art forms uniquely tell the story of the Indigenous Peoples of North America, reaching back to the ancestors and elders, and propelling forward as we teach our children the stories, dances, and traditions of our ancestors.
Four Winds Literary Magazine is a magazine of the arts dedicated to showcasing the Indigenous voices of Canada and North America, in all their forms. Because our artwork cannot be confined to the page, we will use film, photographs, voice clips, and other media to tell our story, along with traditional verse poetry, short stories, essays, and allegories.
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