"One day we just won’t be here, just like the people ahead of us, but we continue the survival of the people.”

By Tiffany Kafer
Isanti County News

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“I write from the perspective of an Ojibwe woman who’s begun the fourth season, which I just realized sometime last year had happened. So that’s the theme through the book, just like the season changes, we’ll be gone. One day we just won’t be here, just like the people ahead of us, but we continue the survival of the people,” Grover said. “‘Onigamiising’ is filled with short essays that integrate everything else I’ve written. There are 50 of these essays, and they are organized into a seasonal theme. I start with spring, which is where the Ojibwe talk about the seasons beginning.”

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