Vieux family descendant Randy Kritkausky’s mother told him about his Potawatomi ancestry as a young child; however, he developed a deep connection to it, primarily through nature, in his late 60s.
Linda Zook’s first novel tells the story of young doctor Joey Winters. Raised in Oklahoma City, she moves to rural Freeman, Oklahoma, after receiving her medical license to work for two years as part of the fictional Doctors for Rural Oklahoma Program.
Marti Roberts’ book, Cookie Jar Devotions, combines life lessons, prayers and memories in a small collection of Christian devotions, which revolve around the classic baked good.
Reading about Potawatomi history or books by Potawatomi authors makes a great way to pass time and expand knowledge.
Writing muses for Tribal member Trenton Guthrie’s book The Red Man: A Collection From The Pit included Stephen King’s attention to detail, author Frank E. Peretti as well as C.S. Lewis’s book The Screwtape Letters.
Author and Citizen Potawatomi Nation tribal member Jeffrey Thomas released his first novel in March 2019 — a military science fiction tale named Osiris.
In 2010, Kansas-native and Chartered Financial Consultant Amy Rose Herrick headed off for a new home in the Virgin Islands, a journey that allowed her to change locales but simultaneously maintain her stateside consultant practice. In the ensuing years, she has taken the opportunity to nourish her passion for teaching and writing. She has published Read More »
FireLake Gift Shop has a wide variety of books encompassing Native American and Potawatomi culture. Some items are written by Potawatomi-members, while others are works of history and research by experts on Native American culture. This week’s feature are penned by George Godfrey, a CPN Tribal member and expert in Potawatomi history. Read more about Read More »