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Pamela Roth

A journalist since 2003, Pamela Roth spent the bulk of her career covering court and crime for various newspapers in Alberta, Canada. She began working on the crime desk at the Edmonton Sun in October ...

Ken Coates

Ken Coates is the author and editor of more than two dozen books, including The Marshall Decision and Aboriginal Rights in the Maritimes and Land of the Midnight Sun: A History of the Yukon. Raised in ...

Neal McLeod

From the James Smith Cree Nation in Saskatchewan and editor of Indigenous Poetics in Canada, Neal McLeod is a poet, painter, and educator.

Paul Dhillon

Dr. Paul Dhillon practises rural and remote medicine in Saskatchewan and is a Reservist Captain with 16 Field Ambulance in the Canadian Armed Forces. He recently worked in an Ebola treatment centre in ...

Solomon Ratt

Solomon Ratt, a Woods Cree speaker and educator from Stanley Mission, Saskatchewan is an associate professor in the Department of Indigenous Languages, Arts and Cultures at the First Nations University ...

Glen Sorestad

One of Canada's most revered poets, Glen Sorestad has published over twenty books of poetry.

Trevor Herriot

Trevor Herriot is a prairie naturalist and the author of award-winning books, including Grass, Sky, Song and the national bestseller River in a Dry Land. A grassland activist and skilled birder, he ...

League of Canadian Poets

The League of Canadian Poets was founded in 1966 to nurture the advancement of poetry in Canada.

Joseph Auguste (Augie) Merasty

A retired Cree trapper, Joseph Auguste Merasty attended St. Therese Residential School in Sturgeon Landing, Saskatchewan, from 1935 to 1944. He lived in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan.

David Carpenter

David Carpenter is an award-winning author and editor of eighteen books. He lives in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.