Paul Chaat Smith - Comanche

By Eliza Gregory
Contemporary North American Indigenous Artists

Smith_Everything coverPaul Chaat Smith is incredibly fun to listen to. His ideas are exciting, refreshing, and never static. He breaks down the false barriers people perceive between Native and Non-Native American culture, even as he also acknowledges important differences between people and places. As he says in this interview, “I write to make sense of my own confusion.”

Read the full interview.

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