. Diné author’s story collection weaves heritage, identity « JO LEE MAGAZINE

INDIAN COUNTRY TODAY – In a literary endeavor that intertwines gritty reality with imagination, Stacie Denetsosie, a compelling voice from the Navajo Nation, unveiled her debut book, “The Missing Morningstar.” Through a series of poignant and thought-provoking narratives, Denetsosie dives into the impacts of settler-colonialism on Indigenous lives, exposing both the scars of complex history and the enduring legacy of beauty, tradition, and storytelling. As a proud citizen of the Navajo Nation from the Bitterwater Clan (Todích’íí’nii) and born for the Mexican Clan (Naakaii), Denetsosie has etched her journey from the terrains of Kayenta, Arizona, to the pages of modern Indigenous literature.



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