In Review: The Week of June 19

June 24, 2017

This week we extended National Aboriginal Day because one day just isn't enough, and added some new words to our Pride Month glossary.

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On the Blog

 

~ For National Aboriginal Day, we interviewed Indigenous playwright Cliff Cardinal, author of Huff & Stitch (Playwrights Canada Press) in this funny and candid Writer's Block.

~ In Jules's Tools for Social Change, Dawn Dumont opens up about her new book, Glass Beads (Thistledown Press) and First Nations culture.

~ We shared  five groundbreaking stories that The Native Voice (Caitlin Press) paper revealed.

 

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~ Our Top 10 list of LGBTQ books has our Pride spirit on a real high.

 

Around the Web

 

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~ The CBC shared this essential read on trans literature by poet Gwen Benaway.

~ Frankenstein has a new look for the age of Black Lives Matter.

~ Emma Watson is hiding books around Paris and proves once again why she's one of our faves.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What We're Reading

We're reading Meaghan Strimas' Trillium-Award-winning Yes or Nope from Mansfield Press this weekend.

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