Critical Ethnic Studies is a journal that I really love. They have a great team, publish new and established voices, are run by folks of color, have a slick social media presence (this is the first time I’ve been ‘quoted’ as in the image above), and encourage ethical citation practices (what more could you ask for). I was so happy to have had an essay published in their fall 2017 general issue, “Adopted: Trace, Blood, and Native Authenticity.” The article expands on some of my initial thoughts from summer 2015, “In Search of an Authentic Indian: Notes on the Self,” and stages a more nuanced theoretical discussion of “authenticity”. I’m looking forward to continuing this line of research, and book project #2 is likely to take this essay as its point of departure. More to come.