Julian Brave NoiseCat, 11th Hour Fellow, is a writer and filmmaker. He is the author of the forthcoming We Survived the Night, which will be published by Alfred A. Knopf in North America, Profile Books in the United Kingdom and Commonwealth, Albin Michel in France, and Aufbau Verlag in Germany. He is concurrently co-directing his first documentary, SUGARCANE, alongside 2023 New Arizona Fellow Emily Kassie. SUGARCANE will follow the search for and excavation of unmarked graves at the Indian residential school NoiseCat's family attended in Williams Lake, British Columbia.
- The Census Powwow: A story about Cheyenne Brady, former Miss Indian World, and her quest to count residents of the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation in the 2020 census for Snap Judgement.
- What a Joe Biden Cabinet Pick Might Mean for Native Americans — and Democrats: An overview of the impacts of Secretary Deb Haaland’s cabinet nomination for POLITICO Magazine.
- Apocalypse Then and Now: A story about how Indigenous narratives test the limits of journalism in Columbia Journalism Review.
- Promised Lands: A story about the Oujé-Bougoumou Cree’s journey to find a permanent home in the midst of Canadian mining in Canadian Geographic.
- Perhaps the World Ends Here: A history of collisions of genocide and climate disasters at Wounded Knee for Harper’s.