OUT OF PRINT That the People Might Live: Native American Literatures and Native American Community is an exploration of Native literature from 1768 to the mid-1990s using the importance of community as the starting point for analysis. The author has coined the term "communitism" to reflect the passionate activism of Native writers to their communities. He believes that Native literature produced in Canada and the United States deserves study as literature separate from the national literatures both countries.
Sing, Like a Hermit Thrush is a contemporary young adult novel that features thirteen-year-old Darrin Captain, a Mohawk youth whose mysterious dream launches an adventure in self-realization. Set on the Six Nations of the Grand River Territory, the author introduces characters whose family relationships and cultural heritage are foremost. The story involves Darrin and his attempt to solve the mystery of his dream. During his efforts, he learns about traditional Native storytelling, relationships and understands that it is okay to be different.