Writing the Cross Culture: Native Fiction on White Man's Religion is an anthology of literary fiction by some of America's finest Aboriginal writers. Represented here are pieces by N. Scott Momaday, Joy Harjo, Vine Deloria, Sherman Alexie, Linda Hogan, and James Welch. First Nations authors include Beth Brant, Basil Johnston and Emily Pauline Johnson. Each has their unique perspective about Christianity and its impact on Aboriginal Peoples. Some of the writers are practicing Christians and others are traditional believers. They write from a variety of Nations and historical periods. A fascinating collection that explores the many opinions about the way the Christian faith and Native People interact.