Linda Waggoner's lovely new biography of Angel De Cora has been out for months and I'm negligent for not giving more press to this long-awaited publication. With the craziness of new grandtwins and holiday events, I admit to only having skimmed through the book, but promise to tell more. In the meantime - check it out - "Fire Light" - don't wait for my input. Angel De Cora was the founder of the native arts and crafts program at the Carlisle Indian School. The Winnebago artist graduated from the Hampton Institute and went on to become an accomplished artist in her own right after graduating from Smith College. She was hired by Indian Commissioner Leupp to reclaim traditional arts for Carlisle students after 1906. There's much more to tell, but for now, let this serve as notice of what's to come. "Fire Light," by Linda Waggoner - the biography of Angel De Cora.