Featured Contributors, April 2018

“It was a strange task to write about these artists formally,” confesses Madeline Sayet, a writer and director who contributed a story about the heartening ascendance of fellow Native American artists DeLanna Studi, Larissa FastHorse, and Mary Kathryn Nagle. “Stories, laughs, and 3 a.m. message threads usually seem more appropriate.” But she counts herself grateful to be part of a movement that is reclaiming Native narratives from white-dominated theatres and overcoming such racist traditions as redface, and she says she’s both honored and humbled to…