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Alexie's official website, www.Fallsapart.com, features a wide variety of resources on the author, including a biography, interviews, information on his books and films, and details about his current projects.

Several stories from The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven, especially "This Is What It Means to Say Phoenix, Arizona," were drawn on for the film adaptation Smoke Signals. The film, written by Alexie, was billed as the first film with an all-Native-American cast and crew. It was produced by ShadowCatcher Entertainment and released by Miramax Films in 1998. The film, which featured Adam Beach in the role of Victor, won the 1998 Sundance Film Festival's audience award. It was published as a screenplay by Talk Miramax Books in 1998 and was released on VHS and DVD from Miramax Home Entertainment in 2001.

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