In this traditional Alaskan legend, two old women abandoned by their migrating tribe refuse to die in the wilderness. They irritate each other, snap and snarl as they struggle for survival, in this testament to the resilience of older women
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Velma Wallis is Alaska's contemporary bestselling author. One of thirteen children, she was born in Fort Yukon, a small Gwich'in Athbascan community at the confluence of the Porcupine and Yukon rivers in Alaska. Her memoir, Raising Ourselves is an American Book Award winner. She and her family live in Fairbanks where Wallis continues to write.
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