Daniel David Moses: Spoken and Written Explorations of His Work is a compelling examination and discussion of the work of Delaware author, playwright, and poet Daniel David Moses. Including pieces by Indigenous and non-Indigenous authors, storytellers, playwrights, academics and artists, participating in narratives, writing and dialogues about Moses and his work, the book is at once engaging, grounded in comparative analysis and forceful.
Indigenous Poetics in Canada broadens the way in which Indigenous poetry is examined, studied, and discussed in Canada. Breaking from the parameters of traditional English literature studies, this volume embraces a wider sense of poetics, including Indigenous oralities, languages, and understandings of place. Featuring work by academics and poets, the book examines four elements of Indigenous poetics. First, it explores the poetics of memory: collective memory, the persistence of Indigenous poetic consciousness, and the relationships that enable the Indigenous storytelling process.
Almighty Voice and His Wife: A Play is a 2-act drama about a Cree couple during the time following the Riel Rebellion by Delaware (Six Nations) playwright Daniel David Moses. The drama takes an historical person, Almighty Voice, and combines this narrative with a satirical perspective of a minstrel show featuring two "white-face" Indians commenting on the appropriation of the Aboriginal voice. This is the second edition of the book first released in 2001.
An Anthology of Canadian Native Literature in English edited by Delaware playwright/poet Daniel David Moses and York University English Professor Terry Goldie has been revised in this fourth edition. The editors have added Armand Garnet Ruffo as a co-editor to this 20th anniversary edition. Ruffo has added a much-needed introduction to this 4th edition bringing this volume up-to-date. The wide-ranging survey of writing in English by Canadian Native authors features prose selections, traditional songs, short stories, plays, poems and essays.