RED INK: A Native American Student Publication Volume Four (4) Number One (1), Fall 1995.
Edition: First printing.
Tucson: University of Arizona, American Indian Studies Program, 1995. First edition - Red Ink was a literary journal focused on the stories, art, poetry, and essays of Native American students, and which was published for 25 years, from 1990-2015. This issue includes an article on the US vs Abeyta by Kenneth B. Mello, a section of drawings by Gerard Dawavendawa (who also provided the cover graphic), poems by E. L. Roanhorse, Charles R. England, Reva 'Mariah' S. Gover and others, book reviews, notes on contributors and more. Large format, handsomely produced. 54 pp.
Condition: Fine in stapled illustrated wrappers.