Né Łe!”

TitleNé Łe!”
Year for Search2016
AuthorsLittle Badger, Darcie, Crossar, Erin, and Beiko, Sam
Secondary AuthorsNicholson, Hope
Secondary TitleLove Beyond the Body, Space and Time: An Indigenous LGBT Sci-Fi Anthology
Pagination60-76
Date Published2016
PublisherBedside Press
Place Published[Winnipeg, MB, Canada]
ISBN Number9780993997075
KeywordsFemale author, Native American author
Annotation

The background to the story is a future with both eutopian and dystopian elements. Mars has been successfully settled, and various space habitats have been developed with different rules and regulations and some designed for specific ethnic groups, including one Orbiter Diné [Navajo]. But all Native Americans not living on reservations have been forced off their land, and most people still on Earth live in huge megaplexes. 

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Author Note

The Native American (Lipan Apache) female author is a scientist with a doctorate from Texas A&M University.

Full Text

2016 Little Badger, Darcie. “Né Łe!” In Love Beyond the Body, Space and Time: An Indigenous LGBT Sci-Fi Anthology. Ed. Hope Nicholson with additional eds. by Erin Crossar & Sam Beiko ([Winnipeg, MB, Canada]: Bedside Press, 2016), 60-76. PS

The background to the story is a future with both eutopian and dystopian elements. Mars has been successfully settled, and various space habitats have been developed with different rules and regulations and some designed for specific ethnic groups, including one Orbiter Diné [Navajo]. But all Native Americans not living on reservations have been forced off their land, and most people still on Earth live in huge megaplexes. The Native American (Lipan Apache) female author is a scientist with a doctorate from Texas A&M University.