I work in a variety of genres for all ages.

Some tips for people wanting to teach about the Trail of Tears.

“The Ballad of Maggie Wilson,” a short story in the collection Ancestor Approved, edited by Cynthia Leitich Smith for Heartdrum Books, an imprint of Harper Collins, February 2021

Available for purchase, children’s historical fiction, Mary and the Trail of Tears; A Cherokee Removal Survival Story, Capstone, January 2020-Available through your favorite bookseller or from this site.

Available for purchase “My Oklahoma History,” YOU TOO, 25 Voices Write About A #MeToo moment, edited by Janet Gurtler, January 2020. Available through your favorite bookseller.

Short story (literary horror) available online and for purchase, “Lens” The Massachusetts Review, Winter 2020.

Short story (strange) available online “Ghost Cat” Waxwing, Spring 2020.

Short story (strange) available online “Manifesting Joy” Santa Fe Literary Review, Spring 2019.

Short story (literary horror) in Yellow Medicine Review, available for purchase “American Predators” Yellow Medicine Review, Spring 2019

Short story (literary horror) available online “Man Made Monsters” KWELI, November 2018.

Short story (strange) available online “Me & My Monster,” Transmotion. University of Kent, 2018.

Poetry, “The Funeral Dirge of Mrs. J. Alfred,” From Here, ed. Carolyn Steinhoff-Smith Brooklyn, NY, 1999

“Collection and the Artists,” in Visions and Voices: Native American Painting from the Philbrook Museum of Art, ed. Lydia Wyckoff (Albuquerque, New Mexico: University of New Mexico Press, 1996) pages 61-299 with Marla Redcorn.

All text and images © Andrea L. Rogers 2018 – 2021, unless otherwise noted. All rights reserved.

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