5 edition of Writing the Circle: Native Women of Western Canada found in the catalog.
Writing the Circle: Native Women of Western Canada
by Univ of Oklahoma Pr
Written in English
|Contributions||Sylvia Vance (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||320|
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Louise Bernice Halfe, is a Cree poet and social worker. Halfe's Cree name is Sky Dancer. At the age of seven, she was forced to attend Blue Quills Residential School in St. Paul, Alberta. Halfe signed with Coteau Books Writing the Circle: Native Women of Western Canada book and has published four books of poetry: Bear Bones & Feathers (), Blue Marrow (/), The Crooked Good () and Burning in this Midnight Dream ().Born: April 8, (age 66), Two Hills, Alberta.
Writing The Circle: Native Women Of Western Canada Jeanne Perrault and Sylvia Vance | Pages July, Indigenous, Minority & Racial Issues, Non-Fiction, Women's Literature. About this book. Compiled and edited by Jean Perreault and Sylvia Vance, this anthology of stories, poetry, essays, and biographical pieces from.
My first introduction to Marilyn’s work came many years ago when I told my aunt that I wanted to be a writer and she gifted me with a copy of an anthology titled, Writing From the Circle: Native Women of Western Canada (NeWest, ).
Marilyn has a number of wonderful pieces in this book. Louise Halfe, also known as Sky Dancer, has lived in Saskatoon for 18 years. She has written two acclaimed books of poetry and her work has appeared widely in anthologies and periodicals. Halfe has had a distinguished career as a poet.
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