He is extremely intelligent, a man of wisdom, and has always been able to translate his Ojibwe knowledge, his Ojibwe heart and soul, to us who need his good words. Ann Regan, press editor at Minnesota Historical Society Press , told ICTMN: Jims voice is unmistakable, and it will last forever in his books. He writes about traditions and current events, all at once, because thats how he lived: the-past-in-the-present-for-the-future. Plus, hes funnybitingly sarcastic, or gently teasing, always surprising. In Anishinaabe Syndicated: A View from the Rez , by merely reporting what was going on around him, he captures an amazing view of the changes in Indian country of the 1990s brought by casino gambling and the continuing push for sovereignty. His books will continue to introduce people to that time, and to him, for years to come. contentI loved working with him. Jim Northrup took a serious interest in the work of other Ojibwe poets, Denise Sweet, an Ojibwe poet, told ICTMN. He would reach out to me on occasion to see if I was okay, but mostly to see if I was still writing. No one has made me prouder to be an Ojibwe poet than Jim. He and his wife Pat hosted an Ojibwe language camp every summer, and he would always begin his readings with words in Ojibwemowin. Each time, that self-introduction would get a little longer. I am comforted by the fact that Jim will soon be with our friend, Walt Bresette; they will drink coffee, laugh and tell stories deep into the night, while the rest of us take comfort in all the lasting memories they gave to this world. Barney Bush, a Shawnee poet, shared his thoughts with ICTMN: You would think that with all the wars and deaths on the streets, jails, prisons and murders, that I would have a stronger grip on myself when someone passes on.
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