Edited by Dane Swan
A g call to action and accountability. – Shelagh Rogers
Needless to say, moments like now, when the hurdles to becoming a respected author are at their lowest. When the only hurdles to being published are the quality of your writing and your patience to deal with certain less ... Read more
Edited by Denise Bolduc, Mnawaate Gordon-Corbiere, Rebeka Tabobondung, Brian Wright-McLeod, and John Lorinc
A collection of perspectives by and about Indigenous Toronto, past, present, and future.
Beneath every major city in North America lies a deep and rich Indigenous history that has been colonized, paved over, and ignored. Few of its current inhabitants know that Toronto has seen ... Read more
Edited by Susan Ouriou
Translated by Christelle Morelli
Languages of Our Land/Langues de notre terre is a collection of poems and stories by twelve emerging and established Indigenous writers living in Quebec and writing in French. These writers all participated in either the Aboriginal Emerging Writers Program (now the Indigenous ... Read more
By Craig Fontaine
Illustrated by Lloyd Swampy
John C. Courchene was born in Sagkeeng First Nation in 1914, where he attended the Fort Alexander Indian Residential School. Courchene’s time in the residential school was short; his brothers, "Joejay" and Louis, took John out school so he could help them cut wood in the bush. ... Read more
Edited by Warren Cariou
By Kateri Akiwenzie-Damm & Daniel Heath Justice
Additional contributors to this collection include: Richard Van Camp, Joanne Arnott, Marilyn Dumont, Greg Scofield, John McDonald, Rolland Nadjiwon, Lesley Belleau, Al Hunter, Joseph Dandurand (Tony), Basil Johnston, and David Groulx.