Diane Wilson is a writer, speaker, and educator who has published two award-winning non-fiction books, numerous essays, the children’s book Ella Cara Deloria: Dakota Language Protector, and, most recently, the novel The Seed Keeper. She has received a Bush Foundation Fellowship and honors from the Minnesota State Arts Board, the Jerome Foundation, and the East Central Regional Arts Council. A Mdewakanton descendent enrolled on the Rosebud Reservation, Wilson is executive director of the Native American Food Sovereignty Alliance.
Fiction, South Dakota AuthorsIn the Shadow of Dora
Tribal, Young ReadersFry Bread: A Native American Family Story
Fiction, Poetry, Writers Support, Young ReadersLight for the World to See: A Thousand Words on Race & Hope
Crime/Mystery, FictionBone Rattle