Neal Shannacappo is a Nakawe graphic novelist and poet from Rolling River FN in Manitoba. He's Eagle clan and currently living, working and playing in Ottawa. You can find his stories in the Indigenous anthologies called Sovereign Traces vol. 1 - Not (Just) (An)other and Vol. 2 - Relational Constellation both available at Chapters. Mashkiikii Miikana (Medicine Road) is online on the National Campus and Community Radio Stations website. The graphic novel Mashkawide'e (Has a strong heart) was published by Senator Kim Pate and copies can be found by contacting her office. At the moment he has 3 projects on the go, The Krillian Key which is his own creation, and If I Go Missing which is being published by James Lorimer & Company Ltd., and Niikaniganaw (All My Relations) commissioned by a group of healthcare researchers.
For Indigenous History Month we're featuring books written by Indigenous authors and the people behind them. Today we celebrate Kegedonce Press, an Indigenous-owned and -operated publisher based on the traditional territory of the Chippewas of Nawash First Nation publishing beautifully ... Read more
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It's official: we have some scary books for sale here on All Lit Up. With all of the monsters, legendary creatures, and semi-spooky protagonists featuring in these books, we thought pitting them against each other in a card game was the logical next step (but again, we're one ... Read more
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