A collection of new and selected, interviews, cultural criticism, and poetics by Anishinabe Nation writer Annharte (aka “Marie Baker”). A Co-founder of the Regina Aboriginal Writers Group, Annharte is the author of several books, including Being on the Moon (Polestar, 1990), Coyote Columbus Cafe (Moonprint, 1994), Blueberry Canoe (New Star, 2001), and Exercises in Lip Pointing (New Star, 2003). In this substantial book, Baker takes on colonialism, disability, identity, aging, and issues in indigenous politics and language. A substantial critical introduction by poet and scholar Reg Johanson locates Baker’s work within the context of current debates in First Nations literature in Canada, and the politics of decolonization.
Marie Annharte Baker | ISBN 978-0-9879052-1-5 | 6 x 8, 228 pp. | $25
Annharte’s ‘AKA Inendagosekwe’