Daniel David Moses

Edited by Tracey Lindberg & David Brundage

Daniel David Moses
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This work is a compelling examination and discussion of the work of Daniel David Moses. Including pieces by Indigenous and non-Indigenous authors, storytellers, playwrights, academics and artists, participating in narratives, writing and dialogues about Moses and his work, the ... Read more


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This work is a compelling examination and discussion of the work of Daniel David Moses. Including pieces by Indigenous and non-Indigenous authors, storytellers, playwrights, academics and artists, participating in narratives, writing and dialogues about Moses and his work, the book is at once engaging, grounded in comparative analysis and forceful.

Tracey Lindberg

Tracey Lindberg, of the Kelly Lake Cree Nation, co-authored Discovering Indigenous Lands: The Doctrine of Discovery in the English Colonies. An award winning academic writer, she writes in the areas of Indigenous laws and legal orders, Indigenous women’s advocacy and emancipation, Indigenous rights and critical Indigenous legal theory. Her novel, Birdie, was recently published by Harper Collins.

David Brundage

David Brundage, a recently retired professor of creative writing at Athabasca University, is the co-author of Acting on Words: An Integrated Rhetoric, Reader, and Handbook. He has published widely, including creative, educational and scholarly works, as well as having plays and poems produced. Originally from Montreal, for many years he has lived in Alberta on Treaty 6 land.

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