Chris Bose

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.

Lee Maracle

A prolific Sto:lo poet and advocate on Indigenous and women’s issues.

Garry Gottfriedson

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.

Janet Rogers

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. jdgwrites@gmail.com

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