"Daydreaming Awkward Native Girl"
A perzine by Amber McCrary combining poetry, doodles and cut and paste aesthetic. Includes pieces titles "Nostalgic for what?" "What is healing to me" and "Of two minds, of two guys" Also includes a playlist and list of things that make Amber say "DANG!"
Amber is a zinester, poet, publisher, feminist and artist. She makes zines, books, poetry by, for and about being an Indigenous women in the present. She writes about indigenous love, joy, family, trauma and addiction.
Amber McCrary is Diné poet, zinester and feminist. She is Red House Clan born for Mexican people. Originally from Shonto, Arizona and raised in Flagstaff, Arizona. She earned her BA from Arizona State University in Political Science with a minor in American Indian Studies. She received her MFA in creative writing with an emphasis in poetry at Mills College. She recently released a chapbook of poetry titled, Electric Deserts! (Tolsun Books). She currently resides in Mesa, Arizona. McCrary is also the owner and founder of Abalone Mountain Press, a press dedicated to publishing Indigenous voices. She is also a board member of the Northern Arizona Book Festival.
half size, full color, 24 pages