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3rd National Bestseller Shortlisted for Governor General's Literary Award 

By Press Staff Date: May 15, 2017 Tags: Reviews

Harold Johnson's Firewater: How Alcohol Is Killing My People (and Yours) drags "filthy, stinking subject" of alcohol and its effects on Indigenous communities into the light.


Global Saskatoon: Harold Johnson talks about how his experience as a Crown Prosecuter lead to him writing Firewater.

Firewater is still on top of the charts, months after being published  check out: BookManager best seller list.

CBC's Next Chapter: Changing narratives around alcohol

CBC's The Current: Indigenous people need to tell their stories of sobriety

National Post: Think piece from columnist Douglas Quan

CBC Books: "How I Wrote It" 

First Nations Drum: A recovering alcoholic offers passionate and thoughtful review

Quill & Quire: Fall Preview 2016

Plus local coverage from the Regina Leader Post, CBC Sask's Morning Edition, MBC Radio, CJME, and John Gormley!