Indigenous Authors Contemplate a “New Normal”

This June marks the 11th anniversary of National Indigenous History Month in Canada, where we are fortunate to find the work of many Indigenous authors who have enlightened our hearts and minds through writing. This ia time for recognition and reflection on the unique heritage, culture and contributions of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples. As it happens, this is also a time for monumental change, as the world continues to adapt to the effects of a global health crisisTo spotlight the Indigenous experience during this pivotal timewe asked three Indigenous writers, who have released a book within the past 12 months, how their writing has been impacted by COVID-19. Below, you’ll find their deeply personal responses and discover their hopes of a new normal, post pandemic.

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Curated: Eden Robinson’s Five Emerging Indigenous Writers to Watch

As part of National Indigenous History Month, we asked two-time Scotiabank Giller Prize finalist Eden Robinson to curate a list of five emerging Indigenous authors to spotlight. These writers examine topics of race, sexuality, trauma, survival, gender and so much more in their work from a range of insightful and refreshing perspectives. Your reading list just got longer.

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5 Books To Read By Indigenous Authors

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This year marks the 25th anniversary of Kegedonce Press, “one of only three established Aboriginal publishers in Canada”. We’ve compiled a list of books from prominent Indigenous writers, all of which are just as enlightening as they are compelling. You won’t soon forget this cast of characters as they embark on quests for self-discovery and survival.

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