Native American Authors


Marcie R. Rendon

Anishinabe

Rendon, a White Earth Anishinabe, is a playwright and author who lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Awards and Honors

1996 Best Dramatic Short at the Indian Film Festival, for Looks into the Night.
1997 Notable Children's Trade Book in the Field of Social Studies from National Council for the Social Studies and the Children's Book Council, for Powwow Summer.

 

Online resources by or about Marcie R. Rendon:

Marcie R. Rendon: Native American Women Playwrights Archive
Author: Native American Women Playwrights Archive
Type: authorbio
Description: Bill Wortman's site at Miami University lists plays and other publications by Marcie R. Rendon, as part of a larger website honoring the works of Native American women playwrights.
URL: http://staff.lib.muohio.edu/nawpa/Rendon.html

Playing it her way: Marcie Rendon brings a Native perspective to the stage
Author: Janice Command
Type: authorbio
Description: An article on Rendon and her play Song Catcher from The Circle's web site.
URL: http://thecircleonline.org/4.98/NCA.html

Books by Marcie R. Rendon:

Rendon, Marcie R.. Farmer's market : families working together
Minneapolis, MN : Carolrhoda Books, 2001.
Genre: Nonfiction
Audience: Youth
ISBN: 1575054620

Sweet, Denise; Northrup, Jim; Rendon, Marcie R.. Nitaawichige: Selected Poetry and Prose by Four Anishinaabe Writers
Poetry Harbor, 2002.
Genre: Poetry
Language: English
Audience: All Ages
ISBN: 1886895287

Rendon, Marcie R.. Powwow summer : a family celebrates the circle of life
Minneapolis, MN : Carolrhoda Books, 1996.
Genre: Nonfiction
Audience: Youth
ISBN: 0876149867


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