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April 6, 2017

Welcome to the new, best resource for
Native news, culture and history:
Indian Country magazine

Dear Friend,

Shekóli. Greetings, and welcome to Indian Country, the leading resource across all of Turtle Island for news, information, conversation and community interactions from, for and about all Native Peoples.

Indian Country is a new publication where you can dig deeply into the heroes, history, travel, celebrities, language and arts of Natives around the world. A place to both enjoy the best of Native cultures and to expand your understanding of provocative issues.

As a Charter Subscriber to Indian Country, you’ll enjoy our blockbuster premiere issue delivered to your home FREE! Be sure to order soon to ensure your subscription includes this one of a kind collectible issue. In our very first issue, we can’t wait to show you…

  • 300+ pow wow listings from March to November 2017 (more than 25 pages!)
  • 10 overlooked, must-visit pow wows in out-of-the-way territories
  • What pow wow dancers are wearing: the meanings of Native regalia
  • Ojibwe phrases and insight from scholar Anton Treuer (Do you know literal translation of the Ojibwe saying for “We’ve overstayed our welcome, better get out of here fast”? The answer will have you laughing out loud)
  • Traditional Native uses for the multi-use plant echinicea
  • Southwest travel tips for Native-owned hotels in the Monument Valley, focusing on a Navajo tribal park and Santa Fe, NM
  • Amazing Supaman! An in-depth profile of the prolific and popular pow wow dancer and hip hop artist
  • An inside look at flint-knapping with a western Shoshone artisan who shares his craft with Indian Country readers
  • An introduction to the Grant Sisters, three groundbreaking female rodeo trick riders
  • The Lost Generation: how an Alaska Native playwright breaks ground — and heals while doing it
  • A puzzling cultural whodunit involving Ohio grave robbers and the application of the Native American Grave and Repatriation Act in the biggest case to date
  • A classic native tale told in graphic novel format by our award-winning cartoonist, Marty Two Bulls

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You have to admit that this is an outstanding array of Native talents, travel and culture — and that’s just our first issue!

For less than the cost of most print magazines, you get all of this and more…

Choose our popular All-Access Pass and get more than just an ordinary subscription. You get all this:

  • The premiere print issue of Indian Country magazine, FREE, delivered straight to your door
  • PLUS bi-monthly print issues of Indian Country magazine
  • PLUS online access to our user-friendly web edition that you can access on your computer, laptop, phone or tablet as soon as it is available
  • PLUS the app for your iPad as soon as it is available

That means you get to enjoy Indian Country anywhere and any way you like it. That is simply unparalleled in Native publishing, and only Indian Country offers so much rich culture, history, news and more for and about the Native community.

That’s because Indian Country is created and published by Indian Country Media Network, the leading voice of Native Peoples today. Indian Country Media Network offers in-depth, culturally-sensitive coverage of Native Peoples and their many cultures, accomplishments and history.

Indian Country Media Network is an internationally recognized news service owned by the Oneida Indian Nation, but its award-winning journalists cover all Peoples.

Indian Country Media Network has won numerous awards at the Native American Journalists Association. In 2014, ICTMN earned 17 awards including Best Digital Publication for its 12-page digital newsletter and first place for General Excellence. In 2013, ICTMN took 11 awards at the conference.


Celebrate Native Culture and Accomplishments

Become a Subscriber to Indian Country magazine, the in-depth, bi-monthly magazine of Native achievements, thought, and people.

YES, I WANT TO BE A SUBSCRIBER!

And now we’re putting all of that expertise and deep understanding of Native cultures into our brand-new magazine effort, Indian Country. In addition to the in-depth articles such as the ones listed above from our premiere issue, every issue will include…

Indian Country Today, including:

  • Shining Star: A celebrity to watch
  • NDN A&E: A guide to films, books and performances
  • Indian Territory: Travel tips for locales with a Native American emphasis
  • Eat Like an Indian: The best in contemporary Native American dining
  • Trading Post: Products from key Native entrepreneurs and artisans
  • Good Works: Positive business developments in Indian country

Indian Country Traditions, including:

  • Craftwork: Details of hand-crafted objects & how-to’s
  • Good Medicine: Known benefits of certain plants
  • Every Part of: An exploration of inventive uses of natural objects
  • There’s No Word for It: Native phrases and philosophies
  • Native Ingenuity: Inventions still in use today
  • The Pow Wow Trail: Dances, dancers and makers of regalia
  • Rewriting History: The Native POV to major historical events
  • Council Fire: A roundtable discussion of major issues by Op Ed writers
  • Poetry & Prayer: Verbal expressions of the Indian worldview
  • Wisdom: A found object that speaks volumes

Yes, that’s a lot of wonderful reading ahead of you when you become a Charter Subscriber with our All-Access Pass. I know you’re anxious to get started — subscribe now and rest assured that the premiere issue will soon be in your mailbox!

We look forward to having you join our community.

ΝΛ Κi wa,

The Editors
Indian Country Magazine

PS: As you’ve noticed, there’s something for everyone in Indian Country. Our blockbuster Premier Issue outlined above is just the beginning! Subscribe now!

PPS: Don’t forget: For less than the price of most glossy magazines, you can get our print, web AND iPad editions!


Celebrate Native Culture and Accomplishments

Become a Subscriber to Indian Country magazine, the in-depth, bi-monthly magazine of Native achievements, thought, and people.

YES, I WANT TO BE A SUBSCRIBER!

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