In 2016 we initiated two new book series. We invite submissions year ’round.

Contemporary Voices of Indigenous Peoples

We seek authentic stories and scholarly works of Native Americans, First Nations peoples, Maori, Aborigine, and more to give voice to contemporary Indigenous peoples. What is YOUR authentic story?

Co-edited by Drs. Suzzanne Kelley (Editor in Chief) and Michael Yellow Bird (Director of Indigenous Tribal Studies), NDSU Press considers book-length manuscripts of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry for publication. Authors selected through our blind peer review process are offered our standard author contract and national distribution.

Published in the Series:

              Volume 1: Apple in the Middle, by Dawn Quigley, August 2018

Volume 2: Stringing Rosaries: The History, the Unforgivable, and the Healing of Northern Plains American Indian Boarding School Survivors, by Denise K. Lajimodiere, (forthcoming) June 2019


Heritage Guide

Published in the Series:

Volume 1: The Bakken: An Archaeology of an Industrial Landscape, by William R. Caraher and Bret A. Weber, October 19, 2017.