Who am I?
Hello, my name is Sherman Alexie. I’m a poet, short story writer, novelist, essayist, memoirist, and filmmaker. I’ve published two dozen books, including The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian, which won the National Book Award for Young Peoples Literature and was listed by the American Library Association as the Most Banned and Challenged Book from 2010 to 2019. I’ve also won the PEN-Faulkner and PEN-Malamud Awards. I wrote and co-produced Smoke Signals, the feature film that won the 1998 Sundance Film Festival Audience Award and Filmmakers Trophy and is preserved in the Library of Congress National Film Registry). I live with my family in Seattle.
What All Subscribers Will Receive
A weekly newsletter featuring essays, fiction, poetry, photos, opinions, podcast, reviews, and random observations. There will be audio recordings of the newsletters, as well. I’ll be featuring new and already-published work. There will also be bonus newsletters from time to time.
What All Paying Subscribers Will Receive
You’ll receive an additional newsletter that will feature essays, poems, and stories that are only available to paid subscribers.
I’ll also be doing live Zoom readings only for paid subscribers.