Chris has an interesting way of weaving the urban Indigenous experience into his brutally honest art, poems and stories. I’m really excited about his new book, N’shaytkin, which is a fusion of all of his styles.
A prolific Sto:lo poet and advocate on Indigenous and women’s issues.
Incredible Secwepemc poet whose books never stay on the shelves very long, he is also an author of children’s books and non-fiction if poetry isn’t your thing.
Two-spirit poet and activist with a long-standing body of work addressing social justice issues.
A powerful poet – she has some great videos on YouTube if you’re interested in introducing yourself to her work.
Justene Dion-Glowa is a bi Métis poet from BC, Canada whose work has appeared in Fevers of the Mind Poetry Digest, Burning House Press and Animal Heart Press. firstname.lastname@example.org