Tag Archives: Aboriginal Literature

MIDNIGHT SWEATLODGE

Midnight Sweatlodge By Waubgeshig Rice Reviewed by Jorge Antonio Vallejos Dynamite comes in small packages!  Have you heard the above saying before?  It usually applies to people.  I think of my five foot mom, a woman of colour, who doesn’t … Continue reading

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PAUL SEESEQUASIS READS “TOBACCO WARS”

Paul Seesequasis and I met at a Toronto tea shop last winter to tape this video.  Our talk focused on literature and journalism and the discipline of writing.  I was amazed at Paul’s wisdom. After chatting for an hour I … Continue reading

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TOBACCO WARS

Tobacco Wars By Paul Seesequasis Reviewed by May Lui Tobacco Wars by Paul Seesequasis is a smart, fun, bawdy, sometimes gross, and thoroughly anti-colonial novella. In the opening scene, readers are greeted with a somewhat shocking image of Bear Woman … Continue reading

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