Beka’ Bon se’uzra’. Mehnti khwt’ana esdlanh.
How’s it going? My name is Amanda Frank and I am from Minto, Alaska. I grew up in Interior Alaska and spend my time between Anchorage and home. I left state for college and when I returned, I worked as a legislative aide, a reporter, and now I’m working on a book about Potlatches in Interior Alaska. I am also working on an MFA in creative writing at the Institute of American Indian Arts.
Ło’ets’e khwdizrunh “It is a really nice day” – Benhti Kokht’ana Kenaga (Minto Language)
All of my writing is my own and not a reflection of any organization I may be affiliated with.