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Aki-wayn-zih: A Person as Worthy as the Earth

Eli Baxter

Winner, Governor General’s Literary Award for English-Language Nonfiction
McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2021

“One man’s story of growing up in the hunting and gathering society of the Ojibways and surviving the residential school system, woven together with traditional legends in their original language.” – McGill-Queen’s University Press

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Jordan Abel

Winner, Hubert Evans Non-Fiction Prize
McClelland & Stewart, 2021

“From Griffin Poetry Prize winner Jordan Abel comes a groundbreaking, deeply personal, and devastating autobiographical meditation that attempts to address the complicated legacies of Canada’s residential school system and contemporary Indigenous existence.” – Penguin Random House Canada


The Night Piece: Collected Short Fiction

André Alexis
McClelland & Stewart, 2020

“Vivid, profound, moving, and with moments of sly humour, the stories in The Night Piece reveal worlds both familiar and deeply strange. … One of Canada’s most extraordinary writers.” – Penguin Random House Canada


A Radiant Life – The Honourable Sylvia Fedoruk: Scientist, Sports Icon, and Stateswoman

Merle Massie
Winner, Saskatchewan Book Awards University of Saskatchewan Nonfiction Award
University of Regina Press, 2020

“Award-winning author Merle Massie brings to the page the life and career of Sylvia Fedoruk (1927–2012), which encompassed some of the most ground-breaking scientific, athletic and public transformations of the twentieth century.” – University of Regina Press


Fireweed: Poems

T’áncháy Redvers
Kegedonce Press, 2019

T’áncháy Redvers is the Dene/Métis and two-spirit author of Fireweed and co-founder of We Matter, a nonprofit aimed at uplifting Indigenous youth. Redvers hopes the book resonates with young Indigenous people who may be going through hard times. – “N.W.T. Indigenous Youth Advocate Publishes First Book of Poetry,” CBC North, July 2019.


Gather: Richard Van Camp on the Joy of Storytelling

Richard Van Camp

Shortlisted, Saskatoon Public Library Indigenous Peoples’ Publishing Award
University of Regina Press, 2021

“Stories are medicine. During a time of heightened isolation, bestselling author Richard Van Camp shares what he knows about the power of storytelling—and offers some of his own favourite stories from Elders, friends, and family.” – University of Regina Press


Satellite Love

Genki Ferguson

Longlisted, Canada Reads

Shortlisted, Kobo Emerging Writer Prize for Literary Fiction and for Speculative Fiction
McClelland & Stewart, 2021

“Full of surprising imaginative leaps and yet grounded by a profound understanding of the human heart, Satellite Love is a brilliant and deeply moving meditation on loneliness, faith, and the yearning for meaning and connection.” – Penguin Random House Canada

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The Racial Mosaic: A Pre-history of Canadian Multiculturalism

Daniel R. Meister

Finalist, John W. Dafoe Book Prize
Finalist, Wilson Book Prize

McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2021

“On the fiftieth anniversary of Canada’s official policy of multiculturalism, The Racial Mosaic represents the first serious and sustained attempt to detail the policy’s historical antecedents, compelling readers to consider how racism has structured Canada’s settler-colonial society.” – McGill-Queen’s University Press


Cold Case North: The Search for James Brady and Absolom Halkett

Michael Nest, Deanna Reder, and Eric Bell
Shortlisted, Crime Writers of Canada Best Nonfiction Crime Book
Shortlisted, American Book Fest’s International Book Awards (True Crime)
Winner, Creative Saskatchewan Publishing Award

University of Regina Press, 2020

“For fans of true crime, an unsolved mystery of missing persons, police conspiracies, and private investigations in an Indigenous community in northern Canada.” – University of Regina Press


Opimōtēwina wīna kapagamawāt Wītigōwa / Journeys of The One to Strike the Wetigo

Ken Carriere
Shortlisted, The Hill Times Best Books of 2022

University of Regina Press, 2022

“Depicting an Indigenous lifestyle that existed in Northern Saskatchewan way past the Fur Trade era, Ken Carriere shares his first-hand account of experiences as a young boy helping his father trapping, fishing, and hunting in the Saskatchewan River Delta.” – University of Regina Press


White Coal City: A Memoir of Place & Family

Robert Boschman

University of Regina Press, 2021

“A moving, unflinching exploration of life in Prince Albert on Treaty Six territory, as told through one family’s multigenerational story.” – University of Regina Press

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Daughters of Aataentsic: Life Stories from Seven Generations

Kathryn Magee Labelle in collaboration with the Wendat/Wandat Women’s Advisory Council

McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2021

“Kathryn Magee Labelle aims to decolonize the historical discipline by researching with Indigenous people rather than researching on them. It is a collaborative effort, guided by an advisory council of eight Wendat/Wandat women, reflecting the needs and desires of community members.” McGill-Queen’s University Press

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Legends and Teachings of Xeel’s, the Creator (2nd ed.)

Dr. Ellen Rice White – Kwulasulwut

Theytus Books, 2018

In this book of traditional stories as told by celebrated Snuneymuxw Elder, scholar, and educator Ellen Rice White, also known as Kwulasulwut, each story is accompanied by an essay providing the author’s critical insights and cultural context. This project involved working closely with the author’s family to re-edit the previous edition while also designing the new edition, including creating custom special characters for the Hul’q’umi’num’ words throughout the text and in the updated glossary.



Habiba Cooper Diallo

Shortlisted, Creative Saskatchewan Publishing Award
Shortlisted, SaskBooks Publishing in Education Award

University of Regina Press, 2021

#BlackInSchool is Habiba Cooper Diallo’s high school journal, in which she documents, processes, and resists the systemic racism, microaggressions, stereotypes, and outright racism she experienced while being Black in school in Canada.” – University of Regina Press

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Testimonio: Canadian Mining in the Aftermath of Genocides in Guatemala

Edited by Catherine Nolin & Grahame Russell

Between the Lines, 2021

“Editors Catherine Nolin and Grahame Russell draw on over thirty years of community-based research and direct community support work in Guatemala to expose the ruthless state machinery that benefits the Canadian mining industry.” – Between the Lines


Nature’s Broken Clocks: Reimagining Time in the Face of the Environmental Crisis

Paul Huebener
Shortlisted, Best Work of Creative Writing
Runner-up, Alanna Bondar Memorial Prize

University of Regina Press, 2020

“Moving from circadian rhythms and the revival of ancient frozen bacteria to camping advertisements and the politics of oil pipelines, Nature’s Broken Clocks turns to works of fiction and poetry, examining how cultural narratives of time are connected to the problems of ecological collapse and what we might do to fix them.” – University of Regina Press

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