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INSIDE ISSUE 21
Issue 21 weaves together a disparate collection of art and writing that give testimony to the universal spirit of woman. In her gallery collection and interview, PPM’s newest feature artist, Susan Bergstrom, captures the essence and traditions of the women of the Rosebud Native American Reservation. The works of our essayist and selected mini-feature poets and artists offer unique perspectives that vary from self-discovery, to domestic and sexual violence, to an individual’s struggle to merge her identity with the spirits who’ve come before her.
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Susan Bergstrom’s gallery collection and interview, “Wrapped in Tradition,” invites us into a world of childhood memory and admiration for the Native American women she observed growing up. Her subjects are dignified in their various tribe roles. These women’s pride in their traditions—and the artist’s ability to capture such on canvas—are awing and inspiring.
See the full collection and interview in Issue 21.
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