We received the great news today that Dreaming in Indian was named by Kirkus as one of the Best Teens Book of 2014 That Grapple with Big Ideas. As someone who is really passionate about finding and wrestling with the big ideas in any project — not always a predaliction that my colleagues some share — it's rewarding to have this moniker applied to the anthology. But this time I can't take credit for the grappling. It's the contributors — from the kids at Horse Lake Nation to elders like Isabelle Knockwood and Duke Redbird — whose honesty and insight earned the book a spot. Heartfelt congratulations and thanks.