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Reclamation and Resurgence

By (author) Marilyn Dumont
Edited by Armand Garnet Ruffo
Categories: Poetry
Series: Laurier Poetry

To describe the writing of Marilyn Dumont is to call her a poet of reclamation and resurgence. Some thirty-five years ago she set about documenting her life as a young Métis woman and telling the story ...

Stations of the Crossed

Finalist, 2023 Book of the Year Award; Finalist, 2023 SK Arts Poetry Award Honouring Anne Szumigalski; Finalist, 2023 Rasmussen & Co. Indigenous Peoples? Writing Award (Saskatchewan Book Awards).

Recalling ...

Bear Bones & Feathers

By (author) Louise B. Halfe
Categories: Poetry

In this new edition of her powerful debut, Plains Cree writer and National Poet Laureate Louise B. Halfe – Sky Dancer reckons with personal history within cultural genocide.

Employing Indigenous spirituality, ...

Shifting Baseline Syndrome

By (author) Aaron Kreuter
Categories: Poetry
Series: Oskana Poetry & Poetics

Shifting Baseline Syndrome is a satirical and searing collection of poetry obsessed with television, oceans, Jewish history, and time. Aaron Kreuter asks the hard questions: what is it like to have an ...

On Her Own Terms

By (author) Carolyn Gammon
Categories: Poetry

Internationally acclaimed author Carolyn Gammon conjures a kind and unflinching portrait of her mother’s memory loss—ultimately revealing the love, joy and life which remain even as memory fades. ...

Inside the Pearl

By (author) Jude Neale
Categories: Poetry by form: Haiku
Series: Essential Poets Series

Longlisted for the Magpie Award for Poetry

Inspired by contemporary English language haiku, accomplished poet, Jude Neale, explores ordinary objects through both poetry and photography in her new collection, ...

awâsis--kinky and dishevelled

By (author) Louise B. Halfe
Categories: Poetry

There are no pronouns in Cree for gender; awâsis (which means illuminated child) reveals herself through shapeshifting, adopting different genders, exploring the English language with merriment, and ...

Moldovan Hotel

By (author) Leah Horlick
Categories: The Holocaust

In 2017, Leah Horlick travelled to Romania to revisit the region her Jewish ancestors fled. What she unearthed there is an elaborate web connecting conscious worlds to subconscious ones, fascism to neofascisms, ...