SmokeSygnals Press
SmokeSygnals Press was established in 2016, as an independent publisher of quality non-fiction, fiction, drama, photography, and poetry; primarily giving voice to First Nations authors as well as the issues, themes and critiques related to a First Nations public. The mission of Smoke Sygnals is to make the literature accessible to as many individuals as possible through both printed and electronic media.

Submission Policy
Smoke Sygnals Press only accepts requested manuscripts and book proposals by invitation to authors and editors with whose work we are familiar.

Writers and editors who are interested in having their work reviewed may submit a brief letter of inquiry briefly describing their work, intended market, and publication history.

 Due to the volume of requests, not all inquiries can be responded to. If we are interested in your project, an email requesting a full proposal and sample chapters will be sent by one of our editors.

Mashpee Nine: A Story of Cultural InjusticeA story of injustice, outrage, activism and vindication that fostered cultural pride and unity among the members of a small Native American tribe on Cape Cod. A 40 year retrospective of an event that occurred in the summer of 1976 when a group including traditional Mashpee Wampanoag drummers were raided and brutally arrested, the book is a companion to a film documentary.

Smokesygnals Publishing

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A Mixed Medicine Bag: Original Black Wampanoag Folklore

by Mwalim