Three women go public with Sherman Alexie sexual harassment allegations

NPR says 10 women in total have approached them with accusations against the author, who made a public apology last week for his ‘poor decisions’

Three female writers have gone on record with accusations of sexual harassment against the acclaimed Native American author Sherman Alexie.

Alexie, who has won a National Book Award and a PEN/Faulkner prize for his writing, issued an apology last week in the wake of a series of anonymous and unspecified allegations of harassment. Although at that point no women had spoken on the record to the media, Seattle author Litsa Dremousis alleged on Twitter that a number of women had been in touch with her to recount their stories.

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