Storykeepers: Let's Talk Indigenous Books is a monthly podcast hosted by Jennifer David and Waubgeshig Rice. Each month, they're joined by a guest host to discuss books by First Nations, Métis, and Inuit authors.
Halfbreed by Maria Campbell
Poet and scholar Gregory Scofield joins Jennifer and Waubgeshig to talk about Halfbreed by Maria Campbell. Originally published in 1973 and widely considered a classic of Indigenous literature, Campbell's memoir about her life as a Métis woman in Canada...
Why Indigenous Literatures Matter
Welcome to Storykeepers: Let's Talk Indigenous Books! Hosts Jennifer David and Waubgeshig Rice are thrilled to welcome you to our monthly book club podcast. In our inaugural episode, we talk about what literature means to us, why we wanted to launch...
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The Roots of Contemporary Written Indigenous Literature
Such a significant book for Indigenous literature. I’m pleased to hear that you started with the iconic, super-brave and heroic of Maria Campbell back when she wrote the book, and with the release of her updated edition. Both a must get for any Indigenous library collection.
Can’t wait to listen
I’m really interested in listening to more of this podcast. Can’t wait for new episodes!
Can’t wait for more
Thoroughly enjoyed the first episode with two amazing and knowledgable hosts talking about their love of Indigenous literature and cultural transformation. Besides great discussions and ideas and discoveries, the podcast provides an accessible framework for a book club to follow along with. I really appreciate this work and will look forward to continuing to listen and connect to the ongoing indigenous artistic and cultural renaissance we are blessed to be witnessing. Bravo!