Four anthologies of writing by Indigenous women who shape, move, and inspire us.
Sky Woman: Indigenous Women Who Have Shaped, Moved or Inspired Us.
This landmark anthology of poetry, short stories and visual art honours the legacy of Sky Woman. Nearly 40 writers and visual artists are represented in 22 Indigenous nations across Canada, United States, Mexico, Pacific Islands and Japan, featuring exemplary artists such as Buffy Sainte-Marie, Jeannette C. Armstrong, Lee Maracle, Joy Harjo, and Daphne Odjig among others.
Other contributors include: Kathy Ainsley, Christi Belcourt, Sally-Jo Bowman, Nicola Campbell, Qwo-Li Driskill, Chisato Dubreuil, Carla Gilday, Maya Gonzalez, Barbara-Helen Hill, Merlin Homer, Jessie Housty, Maria Hupfield, Debra Isabel Huron, Jane Inyallie, Nehi Katawasisiw, Birdy Market, Catherine McCarty, MariJo Moore, Gloria Okeynan Sutherland, Rafaela Perales, Beverlee Pettit, Richie Plass, Marcie Rendon, Janet Marie Rogers, Marlene Rogers, Alexis MacDonald Seto, April Severin, Moneca Sinclaire, Patricia Teichert, Ardith Walkem, and Penny E. Youngreen.
Co-published by Theytus Books
My Home as I Remember, a landmark volume, co-produced with Natural Heritage Publishers, celebrates the exceptional talents of 62 First Nations, Inuit and Metis women writing from the heart on identity and place at the turn of the 21st century.
My Home As I Remember features writers such as Louise Bernice Halfe, Chrystos, Lee Maracle, Kim Anderson, Madeline Katt Theriault, Frances Beaulieu, MariJo Moore, Dawn Dumont, Kimberly Blaeser, April Lindala, Cheryl Savageau, Carol Snow Moon Bachofner, and visual artists Joane Cardinal-Schubert, Teresa Marshall, Kenojuak Ashevak, Doreen Jensen, Shelley Niro, Napatchie Poottoogook, Maria Hupfield, LauraLee K. Harris, April White, Oviloo Tunnillie, and Mauricia de la Torre Garcia.
Sweetgrass Grows All Around Her, 1996, edited by Beth Brant & Sandra Laronde
in a vast dreaming, 1995, edited by Beth Brant