Richard Van Camp is a proud Tlicho Dene from Fort Smith, NWT. He is the author of 24 books in just about every genre. His novel, The Lesser Blessed, is now a feature film with First Generation Films and his graphic novel with Scott Henderson, A Blanket of Butterflies, was nominated for an Eisner Award in 2016. You can visit Richard on Facebook, Twitter and at www.richardvancamp.com.
This week's roundup includes a spooky Read Harder Challenge, a look at poetry and collage, a tasty vegan recipe, and more.
The All Lit Up Indie Reading Room is open for another season with more authors and new books! If you tuned into our first iteration of IRR, you'll remember we hosted live readings via Zoom all May long. This time we're taking it to the gram with a lineup of ten fantastic authors ... Read more
This week we bring you weekend plans with literary pairings to classic flicks. Read on for that and other bookish news on the blog and from around the web.
Canada 150 has been a chance to reflect on our country's great achievements, sure, but with it comes a sobering look at its history of settlers mistreating the Indigenous peoples who were here first. In comes Indigenizing: a process of (re)introducing Indigenous customs, languages, ... Read more
Bearskin Diary is representative of the strong aboriginal voices in Canada. This novel—which is inspired by the author’s own experiences—is relevant to many of the most pressing issues facing Canadians today.
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