Melissa Michal is of Seneca decent. Her creative work explores historical trauma and Her criticism focuses on trauma and representation of Indigenous histories and literatures in educational curricula. She is a fiction writer, essayist, scholar, and a professor. She is the author of the short story collection Living On the Borderlines, the novel Along the Hills, and the non-fiction collection Broken Blood.
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