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  1. Dreary and Izzy (print)

    Dreary and Izzy (print)

    $17.95
    Adopted as an infant from the neighbouring Blood Indian Reserve, Isabelle is loving, joyous, and severely affected by fetal alcohol syndrome in a time before this disorder had a name. Learn More
  2. Darrell Dennis: Two Plays (print)

    Darrell Dennis: Two Plays (print)

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    Two humorous and heartbreaking plays that focus on the lives of young, urban Aboriginals. Learn More
  3. Beyond the Pale (print)

    Beyond the Pale (print)

    $19.95
    Dramatic Writing from First Nations Writers and Writers of Colour Learn More
  4. Annie Mae's Movement (print)

    Annie Mae's Movement (print)

    $16.95
    Annie Mae’s Movement explores what it must have been like to be Anna Mae Pictou Aquash, a woman in a man’s movement, a Canadian in America, an Aboriginal in a white-dominant culture at a time when it felt like we could really change the world. Learn More
  5. Almighty Voice and His Wife (print)

    Almighty Voice and His Wife (print)

    $15.95
    A young couple woo and wed, but they’re Cree and it’s 1895, the first generation after the Riel Rebellion, and it’s suddenly hard for the people who followed the buffalo to live happily ever after. What are they going to do? It’s still a bit early to go into show business. Learn More
  6. Almighty Voice and His Wife (ebook)

    Almighty Voice and His Wife (ebook)

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    A young couple woo and wed, but they’re Cree and it’s 1895, the first generation after the Riel Rebellion, and it’s suddenly hard for the people who followed the buffalo to live happily ever after. What are they going to do? It’s still a bit early to go into show business. Learn More
  7. Aboriginal Drama and Theatre (print)

    Aboriginal Drama and Theatre (print)

    $25.00
    Volume 1 in the series Critical Perspectives on Canadian Theatre in English

    "There is much to discuss, and this collection marks only a beginning in the process of watching, studying, and understanding the complexity and liberative possibilities of Aboriginal drama and theatre in Canada." —from the introduction Learn More

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