The story is about a boy and his grandmother who on one Christmas Eve encountered three drunken men who pushed them down and treated them roughly and disrespectfully. But "revenge" is theirs in the end.
Grover will be a featured writer at Sister Nations, a free celebration of Native American women writers, which will take place at 7 p.m. Monday at the Fond du Lac Amphitheater in Cloquet (2101 14th St.).
I have wondered about Indian corn since I was in the first grade, when Miss Johnson brought in a handful of little toy pumpkins and placed them on a table in front of the classroom next to three ears of shiny red and brown corn.
Since she appears on our opinion pages, and because we have trouble remaining unbiased about Linda LeGarde Grover's writing talents, we figured the opinion section was the best place to congratulate our award-winning columnist on her most recent writing award.
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