Philip Red Eagle's Publications
- "Sleep Walk", The Raven Chronicles, Summer/Fall 1994 - Vol. 4, No. 1
- "Sleep Walk", Nobody's Orphan Child, 1996 Red Sky Poetry Theatre Anthology.
- June 11 Diary, Gemini Blue, Art Access, July/August 1997, Vol. 6, No. 7
Published Short Stories
- "My Dinner With Kills-On-The-Run", Red Ink, Spring 1996, Vol. 4, No. 2, pp. 46
- The Encyclopedia of North American Indians, Contributing Writer, Various,
- 11 Volume, Illus, photos, reprods. appendix. bibliog. further reading. Index
- "A Vision of Color-Arts in the Multicultural Community", A Report
- Artist Trust Quarterly, Autumn 1991, pp. 9
- "Native American Sport", Humanities Today, Washington Commission for the
- Spring 1990, Vol.IV, No. 1 (Humanities and Sports)
- Reinventing the Enemy's Lanquage - Contemporary Native Women's Writings
of North America,
- Edited by Joy Harjo & Gloria Bird, 1997, W.W. Norton & Company. Ltd.
The Raven Chronicles, Summer/Fall 1997, Vol. 7, No. 2, pp. 64
- Blood Thirsty Savages, Poems by Adrian C. Louis, Time Being Books, 1994
- The Raven Chronicles, Summer/Fall 1997, Vol. 4, No. 1, pp. 52
- The Crown of Columbus, A Novel by Michael Dorris & Louise Erdrich,
Collins, 1991, The Raven Chronicles, Summer/Fall 1991, Vol. 1, No. 1, pp27
- "Myth of the West" Art Exhibit, Henry Art Gallery, University of
- "Missed Myths," Reflex Magazine (Reviews), November/December 1990, pp. 19-20
- The Independence of Eddie Rose, A play by William Yellow Robe,
by Tim Bond, performed at the Group Theatre.
"The Independence of Eddie Rose
Cut Home, Clean And Sharp," Northwest Ethnic News, August 1990, pp. 7
- "Peoples of Washington: Perspectives on Cultural Diversity" Edited by Sid
White and S.E. Solberg,
- Washington State University Press sponsored by The
Evergreen State College and funded by The Washington Centennial Commission.
Northwest Ethnic News, May 1990, pp 7
- Winnetou's Snake Oil Show from Wigwam City, Spiderwoman Theater
- at the Group Theatre. "Vaudville that Taps Deep Anger,"
Northwest Ethnic News, May 1990, pp. 6
- The Man Who Founded a Town, by Esther Hall Mumford,
- Ananse Press, 1990.
"A Black Man Founded Centralia," Northwest Ethnic News, March 1990, pp. 5
- The Sacred Mountain of Tibet: On Pilgrimage to Kailas,
- by Russell Johnson
and Kerry Moran, Park Street Press, 1989
"Timeless Rhythm of Pilgrim's
Journey Captured," Northwest Ethnic News, February 1990, pp. 4
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