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  1. Six Nations Writers Says:

    Although the people of Six Nations of the Grand River are ancestrally a people of oral tradition and have a strong storytelling history, we are also a community of writers. We believe writing our stories is just a natural extension of our oral storytelling tradition.

    For a long time, our stories have been fictionalized, romanticized and told by writers other than ourselves. As a result, historic misconceptions about us have weaved their way into the fabric of society’s consciousness. We believe that it is time to correct these misconceptions and write our own stories.

    We are the Six Nations Writers. We are a group of varied individualized writers from all walks of life. We are published and aspiring writers who all have strong voices and want our voices heard. We are poets, novelists, academic and technical writers. We are journalists, essayists, cartoonists and comedians. We are short story writers, playwrights and songwriters. We are the storytellers of today and we are varied as the nations and clans that are our heritage.

    The purpose of this blog is a forum for the writers to share their writings, thoughts, inspiration, etc. with themselves and all nations.

    For more information on the Six Nations Writers go to http://www.sixnationswriters.org.

  2. Veronica Groth Says:

    Hello,My name is Veronica Groth and i am writing to you from Sweden.I have always been interested of the Indian people.I try to reed everything i can get over,but the most ineresting must be the storys that you your selves have.The storys that have been oraly told over the centurys.
    I think also that your religion is the best.I have not found another religion that suites me more,i would like to here more about you and what you belive in.
    I would be wery happy if you would like to answer my mail.I like your writings very mutch.
    Thank you for a very god website.I like it. Many thanks from Veronica.

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