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AE Capital City Weekly What would it be like to have Asperger’s Syndrome and encounter a conspiracy of shape-shifting ravens in need of your help? What’s it like for someone new to the language to try and pronounce the Tlingit x’aan, or “red?” These are questions that, through her poetry and her fiction, Sitka author Vivian Faith Prescott explores.

A Day in the Life of: Vivian Faith Prescott

 Sitka author Vivian Faith Prescott reads from The Hide of My Tongue, or, in Tlingit, Ax L’óot’ Doogú, a recently published book of her poems. She also publishes books for middle-grade children under the pseudonym L.K. Mitchell.  Sitka author Vivian Faith Prescott reads from The Hide of My Tongue, or, in Tlingit, Ax L’óot’ Doogú, a recently published book of her poems. She also publishes books for middle-grade children under the pseudonym L.K. Mitchell. 
Mary Catharine Martin
Sitka author Vivian Faith Prescott reads from The Hide of My Tongue, or, in Tlingit, Ax L’óot’ Doogú, a recently published book of her poems. She also publishes books for middle-grade children under the pseudonym L.K. Mitchell.  Sitka author Vivian Faith Prescott reads from The Hide of My Tongue, or, in Tlingit, Ax L’óot’ Doogú, a recently published book of her poems. She also publishes books for middle-grade children under the pseudonym L.K. Mitchell. 
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