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Clay Pots and Bones

Poems

by Lindsay Marshall

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The poetry of Clay Pots and Bones is Lindsay Marshall’s way of telling stories, of speaking with others about what things that matter to him. His heritage. His people. His life as a Mi’kmaw. For the reader, Clay Pots and Bones is a colourful journey from early days, when the People of the Dawn understood, interacted with and roamed the land freely, to the turbulent present and the uncertain future where Marshall envisions a rebirth of the Mi’kmaq. The poetry challenges and enlightens. It will, most certainly, entertain.

About the Author
Lindsay Marshall is former chief of Potlotek First Nation – known in English Nova Scotia for many years as Chapel Island – on the shores of the storied Bras d’Or Lake, Cape Breton. He is presently manager of Potlotek Band Council. A frequent contributor of poetry for important celebrations, Lindsay has composed for, and read before, Queen Elizabeth II. His first book of poetry, Clay Pots and Bones (1997), will be re-released by CBU Press in spring, 2014.
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