AuthorsOnTheWeb.com Presents Native American Culture Author Roundtable

Event isin honor ofNative American Heritage Month
To celebrate Native American Heritage Month AuthorsOnTheWeb.com, a website from The Book Report Network, assembled a roundtable discussion featuring 10 acclaimed writers who have Native American backgrounds and/or write about Native American culture. Margaret Coel, Kathleen O'Neal Gear, W. Michael Gear, Joseph Marshall III, David Matheson, Thomas Perry, Penina Keen Spinka, Aimee Thurlo, David Thurlo and David Marion Wilkinson reveal how writing about the Native American culture has affected their lives, discuss how they conduct research and address Native American stereotypes.

"In celebration of Native American Heritage Month, we wanted to give authors who are Native American --- or writing about this culture --- a chance to be heard," said The Book Report Network President and Co-Founder Carol Fitzgerald. "We are pleased to have so many authors share their insight and experiences in this roundtable." The feature also includes current biographies and links to the authors' official websites.

The roundtable will be archived on the AuthorsOnTheWeb.com website, where The Book Report Network has hosted previous roundtables with poets as well as Horror, Historical, Debut, Irish, African-American, Romance, True Crime, Horror, Fantasy and Cookbook authors. * * * * *

About AuthorsOnTheWeb.com: AuthorsOnTheWeb.com is part of The Book Report Network, which is comprised of a growing number of websites that provide original book content --- author interviews, reviews and commentary, along with interactive elements such as polls, questions, and message boards. TBRN's websites are www.Bookreporter.com, www.ReadingGroupGuides.com, www.AuthorsOnTheWeb.com, www.Teenreads.com, and www.Kidsreads.com.


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