A lot of time has passed but the Trickster has returned and the world that he left is indesperate need of some levity, the truth and most importantly, reconciliation.It is time to start again. In the spirit of treaty. But before that can happen some things need to be cleared up. Some eyes need to be opened but most importantly some hearts need to change. This is a story of change. For the better.
About the author
Joseph Urie's roots flow back to St. Boniface in the Métis settlements at Red River but his family has been living along the Athabasca River since his Great-Great Grandfather, Louison "Captain Shot" Fosseneuve arrived in the 1860's. His Grandmother was born at the end of the river in Fort Chipewyan, his mother was born along its middle in Fort MacMurray and he lives at it's birth in the Rocky Mountains with his wife and three children. Joe runs Jasper Tour Company in Jasper, Alberta and has worked as a tour guide in Jasper National Park for 20 years. His people were Otipemisiwak--the people who rule themselves. He is too. Coyote Takes a Walk is his debut novel.