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'Never Whistle at Night' spotlights dark fiction by Indigenous authors

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Twenty-six indigenous writers from the U.S. and Canada -- including one from Maryland--poured stories into a new anthology of dark fiction. Some tales call on the supernatural, some on horrors lived in the real world. It’s called "Never Whistle at Night."  

Our guests:
Theodore C. Van Alst Jr. co-edited the collection “Never Whistle at Night: An Indigenous Dark Fiction Anthology"
Dani Trujillo is an author and one of the project’s contributors

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