Tag: Governor General’s Literary Award for Non-Fiction

BC BookLook: A tale of trauma rises to the top

March 2, 2024|Categories: Awards, Reviews|Tags: , , , |

The extent to which Canadians understand intergenerational trauma suffered by Indigenous peoples, and to what degree they are willing to support reconciliation, remain unclear even years after the release of the final reports of the Truth and Reconciliation (TRC). READ FULL REVIEW→

Canada Council: Mamaskatch wins the 2018 Governor General’s Award for Non-Fiction

March 2, 2024|Categories: Awards|Tags: , , |

Mamaskatch: A Cree Coming of Age dares to immerse readers in provocative contemporary issues including gender fluidity, familial violence, and transcultural hybridity. A fast-moving, intimate memoir of dreams and nightmares—lyrical and gritty, raw and vulnerable, told without pity, but with phoenix-like strength. SEE FULL LIST OF 2018 WINNERS→

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