Tag Archives: Lee Maracle

The Wisdom of Youth, The Perspective of Age: A Review of Letters Lived: Radical Reflections, Revolutionary Paths Edited by Sheila Sampath

I feel pretty lucky to be regularly sent books to review.  Free!  Books!  It’s like a dream come true.  Often I haven’t heard of the book or author and I am glad to be made aware of a new writer … Continue reading

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A Review of Lee Maracle’s Ravensong: Queering Decolonization, Decolonizing Queerness

Salish- Métis author Lee Maracle’s 1993 novel Ravensong doesn’t centre around queerness or lesbian sexuality or two-spirit identity in the way that you might expect in a book reviewed here.  It’s a beautiful and powerful novel about settler and Indigenous … Continue reading

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