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Ortiz's short story "To Change in a Good Way" is about a suburban Indian man coping with the death of his youngest brother. The story is included in Growing Up Ethnic in America, a collection of contemporary fiction, edited by Maria Mazziotti Gillan and Jennifer Gillan.

Ortiz is just one of fourteen writers included in Writing the Southwest by David King Dunaway. The book profiles each writer with a brief biography, bibliography, interview, and sample works.

Leslie Marmon Silko is a writer from the Laguna Pueblo, born and raised in Albuquerque, not far from Ortiz's home territory. Her collection Storyteller is considered groundbreaking for the way that its pieces weave poetry, fiction, and autobiography. Of the stories in the book, "Ceremony" is the one that has brought her the most widespread fame.

The Antelope Wife, by Louise Erdich, has been...

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