October 25, 2020

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WHAT I’VE SEEN

WHAT I’VE SEEN

Oneida Youth on Parliament Hill, December 2018. Photo by Brandon Doxtator Yesterday I saw misery, pain and Yesterday I saw my people take a stand for justice Today I saw arrests, and treaty rights being stepped on Today I saw my brothers and sisters forcibly removed from their land Tomorrow I will see r...
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Book Review: Innu Poet Maya Cousineau-Mollen

Book Review: Innu Poet Maya Cousineau-Mollen

Montreal-based Innu poet Maya Cousineau-Mollen published her first book in French, “Bréviaire du matricule 082,” with Éditions Hannenorak, this past fall. Her powerful collection, which has already sold out of its first print run and is going into a second edition, explores anger, identity, allyship, ho...
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Review: Douglas Walbourne-Gough’s

Review: Douglas Walbourne-Gough’s “Crow Gulch”

Mixed/adopted Mi’kmaq Newfoundland poet Douglas Walbourne-Gough’s debut collection, Crow Gulch (Goose Lane 2019) unearths an almost forgotten history of a community known as Crow Gulch, a mostly shaded and stigmatized area around Corner Brook built when the newsprint mill was constructed in 1920s. While...
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UNEARTHING SECRETS, GATHERING TRUTHS - BROKEN POETRY

UNEARTHING SECRETS, GATHERING TRUTHS – BROKEN POETRY

Jules Koostachin at book launch at the Pow Wow Cafe in Toronto | Image credit: Mahiigan Koostachin Jules Koostachin is one of those authors who started writing intuitively in an attempt to process pain and, coincidentally, created a medicine from which we can all benefit. It’s hard not to honour someone...
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