Baiser de Nanabush, Le, (Motorcycles and Sweetgrass, A Novel), paper ed. French

$27.95

Le baiser de Nanabush est écrit par Drew Hayden Taylor, Ojibwe et traduit par Eva Lavergne de l'anglais Motorcycles and Sweetgrass, A Novel. Rien ne se produit jamais dans la réserve anishinabe de Lac-aux-Loutres. Enfin, jusqu’à l’arrivée d’un séduisant étranger aux cheveux blonds porté par une rutilante moto Indian Chief 1953. Les intentions du bellâtre sont d’autant plus mystérieuses que celui-ci semble connaître la communauté sous toutes ses coutures. Si la cheffe Maggie tombe instantanément sous son charme, son fils Virgile est beaucoup moins enthousiaste.

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Ligne brisée, paper ed. French

$24.95

Ligne brisée est écrit par Katherena Vermette, Métis, et traduit par Mélissa Verreault. Lorsque qu’une jeune Métisse est victime d’une violente agression, les contrecoups se font sentir dans toute la communauté du quartier North End de Winnipeg. Policiers chargés de l’enquête, famille, amis et connaissances voient leurs certitudes ébranlées à mesure que se précise le fil des évènements. Entre les femmes qui se relaient au chevet de l’adolescente et celles qui errent dans l’ombre, au dehors, des liens puissants se dessinent, esquissant le portrait d’une identité morcelée.

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The Only Good Indians, hardcover ed.

$34.99

The Only Good Indians by Blackfeet Native American author of experimental fiction, horror fiction, crime fiction, and science fiction, Stephen Graham Jones, seamlessly blends classic horror and a dramatic narrative with sharp social commentary. The Only Good Indians follows four American Indian men after a disturbing event from their youth puts them in a desperate struggle for their lives. Tracked by an entity bent on revenge, these childhood friends are helpless as the culture and traditions they left behind catch up to them in a violent, vengeful way.

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Evolution of Alice, The, re-issue, paper ed.

$19.95

The Evolution of Alice is a reissued edition of The Evolution of Alice previously published in 2014. The author is David Alexander Robertson, of Swampy Cree heritage. This reissue features a new chapter by the author and a foreword by Shelagh Rogers. In this story, Alice is a single mother raising her three young daughters on the rez where she grew up. Life has never been easy, but she's managed to get by with the support of her best friend, Gideon, and her family.

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Contes, légendes et mythes ojibwés, paper ed. French

$12.95

Contes, légendes et mythes ojibwés, escrit par Basil Johnston et traduit de l’anglais par Berthe Fouchier-Axelsen. Selon la légende, Nanabush était le fils d’une femme, Winona, et d’un esprit (Vent d’Ouest). Il possédait de nombreux pouvoirs et c’est ainsi qu’il dota les Ojibwés de l’art de conter. De nombreux contes, alors, ont dû se raconter dans ces temps mythiques. Et depuis lors, ils se sont transmis oralement de siècle en siècle.

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mahikan ka onot: The Poetry of Duncan Mercredi, paperback ed.

$18.99

mahikan ka-onot by Duncan Mercredi, who was born in Misipawistik (Grand Rapids) Manitoba to a Métis father and Cree mother; and edited by Warren Cariou, who was born in Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan into a family of Métis and European heritage. is a collection of Duncan Mercredi's poems from 1991 to recent unpublished poems.

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Red, Un Manga Haida, paper ed. French

$19.95

Red: Un Manga Haida is the French version of the ground-breaking title Red, A Haida Manga, written and illustrated by Haida artist and activist Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas. This book was translated from English by Marc Founier. Combining the art styles of Haida carvers and the graphic aspects of Japanese manga, Yahgulanaas creates a captivating and innovative graphic novel that retells a Haida narrative for a contemporary audience. The main character is Red, an orphan, who experiences tragic loss when his sister Jaada is kidnapped from their village.

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Literatures, Communities, and Learning: Conversations with Indigenous Writers, hardcover ed.

$65.00

In Literatures, Communities, and Learning: Conversations with Indigenous Writers, Aubrey Jean Hanson, a member of the Métis Nation of Alberta, gathers nine conversations with Indigenous writers about the relationship between Indigenous literatures and learning, and how their writing relates to communities. In this book Aubrey Jean Hanson show how Indigenous literatures matter in the resurgence of healthy Indigenous communities.

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This Town Sleeps, hardcover ed.

$38.95

This Town Sleeps is a novel by Dennis E. Staples, an Ojibwe writer from Bemidji, Minnesota. On an Ojibwe reservation called Languille Lake, within the small town of Geshig at the hub of the rez, two men enter into a secret romance. Marion Lafournier, a midtwenties gay Ojibwe man, begins a relationship with his former classmate Shannon, a heavily closeted white man. While Marion is far more open about his sexuality, neither is immune to the realities of the lives of gay men in small towns and closed societies.

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