Much Like Family: The Indigenous Literary Community
A recommended reading list by the author of the new essay collection Carrying It Forward: Essays from Kistahpinanihk.
Notes from a Children's Librarian: Indigenous Education
Treaty Week falls in November. Some boards have dedicated the whole month to Indigenous Education in order to extend learning beyond residential schools …
The Chat with Michelle Porter
Today on the Chat, we speak to Michelle Porter. Her powerful memoir, Scratching River, is now out with WLU Press.
Rooster Town: The History of an Urban Métis Community
Evelyn Peters shares other work that explore the important colonial history of First Nations and Métis communities within urban areas in Canada.
The Chat with Carleigh Baker
Next up on The Chat, we speak to Carleigh Baker, author of the sensational short story collection Bad Endings, a finalist for the 2017 Rogers Writers’ …
The Chat With Gregory Scofield
For our first Chat of 2017, we turn to poetry and consider the themes of witnessing and reconciliation, with Gregory Scofield.
The Chat: Trevor Corkum Interviews Katherena Vermette
This week, I’m chatting with Katherena Vermette, author of the extraordinary debut novel, The Break. The book was recently shortlisted for the Rogers …
Sometimes I Feel Like a Fox: In Conversation with Danielle Daniel
Danielle Daniel's Sometimes I Feel Like a Fox is one of the most gorgeous releases of the season.