Cherokee Speculative Fiction

Sequoyah Guess:  The Books of the Red Eye

"Sequoyah Guess has created a great tale wrapped in Cherokee storytelling, Oklahoma charm, and exciting horror.  Highly recommended if you're looking for a unique take on the vampire mythos.  Set in the Tahlequah area, it's at once familiar yet frightening, and full of horror action thrills." - Roy Boney

Daniel Justice:  The Kynship Chronicles

Creek/Seminole filmmaker Sterlin Harjo screening his latest film, Barking Water

Frankie (Richard Ray Whitman) is dying. Irene (Casey Camp-Horinek hasn't forgiven him for his past. Racing against time to find their way home, Frankie needs help and Irene is the one he turns to. That Frankie is an American Indian dying in Indian country makes his homeward journey inherently symbolic: Just as the elderly couple drives their old Volvo wagon to a certain funeral, the old ways are dying, too. He must go home one last time. And, like so many times before, Irene is extending herself beyond her common sense.