Gary Robinson

Award-winning writer and filmmaker Gary Robinson (Choctaw/ Cherokee) has participated in the production of more than 100 educational, informational, training, and documentary television projects, primarily on Native American topics.

Robinson recently was awarded the Best Animation award for his short film "We Are All Related" at the 40th Annual American Indian Film Festival hosted by the American Indian Film Institute in San Francisco, California Nov 14, 2015. Robinson was the Writer, Producer, and Director of the film. The film is available for viewing on the NativeFlix website:

He is the author of seven PathFinders novels: Thunder on the Plains, Tribal Journey, Son Who Returns, Little Brother of War, and the Billy Buckhorn Trilogy: Abnormal, Paranormal, and Supranormal.

Other titles include: From Warriors to Soldiers, The Language of Victory, and Powerful Medicine (Geronimo Jones Mysteries Book 1). He also co-authored with Jesse T. Hummingbird Native American Twelve Days of Christmas and Native American Night Before Christmas. Gary lives in rural central California.