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The History Forest

A vivid, sensory collection of poems from an award-winning author.
Exploring what it means to be alive in this increasingly contradictory, unjust, and frightening era in human history, award-winning poet ...

Our Grandmothers' Lives

 This collection of reminiscences and personal stories tells us about the daily lives of Cree women over the past century: household chores, snaring rabbits, and picking berries, going to school, marriage, ...

Michael Trussler Reads from The History Forest

By Press Staff September 26, 2022

Sarah Hernandez

Sarah Hernandez (Sicangu Lakota) is an assistant professor at the University of New Mexico. Her research focuses on Indigenous literature and literary criticism. Hernandez is the Legacy and Literature ...

Dislocations

In all these poems
I’m partly somewhere else.
With you, without you,
walking toward you or away,
but you are there, your small face
watching from the shadow of a doorway
or a set of stairs, from behind ...

kâ-pî-isi-kiskisiyân / The Way I Remember

A residential school survivor finds his way back to his language and culture through his family’s traditional stories.

When reflecting on forces that have shaped his life, Solomon Ratt says his education ...

The Life and Times of Augustine Tataneuck

One of the few biographies of an Inuk man from the 19th Century—separated from his family, community, and language—finding his place in history.
 
Augustine Tataneuck was an Inuk man born near the ...

Who Gets In

One man’s immigration to the Canadian Prairies in the early 1930s reveals the character of Canada today as sharply as it did long ago.
 
In 1930, a young Jewish man, Yehuda Eisenstein, arrived in Canada ...

The Life Sentences of Rik McWhinney

Through poetry, letters, essays, and interviews, The Life Sentences of Rik McWhinney relates the harrowing experiences of a man who spent nearly thirty-five years in the Canadian prison system.

Rik McWhinney ...

We Are the Stars

An emerging Lakota scholar’s critical interrogation of settler-colonial nations that re-centers Oceti Sakowin (Dakota) women as the tribe’s traditional culture keepers and bearers.
 
We Are the Stars ...