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Indigenous Book Club & Discover Indigenous Authors

This guide is a resource to support the University of Toronto Tri-Campus Indigenous Book Club. It brings together multi-media resources and works created by Indigenous authors and artists.

Indigenous Book Club - Winter 2020

The Indigenous Book Club resumes this Fall 2020 – stay tuned! 


Thanks for joining us at the winter 2020 U of T Indigenous Book Club, featuring a reading from author Lenore Keeshig!

This year's reads have been added to the U of T Libraries collections so please free to borrow

them! Have suggestions for the Indigenous Book Collection at the UTSC Library?


Send your suggestions here:

We look forward to welcoming you at another U of T Indigenous Book Club event!


Please pick and read one item from the list below so that you can actively participate in our fun, thought provoking talks! Of course you are welcome to read all of the material and all of the books (multiple copies) are available in our collection!

We are thrilled to have author Lenore Keeshig join us for a reading from her book, Running on the March Wind.

Lenore Keeshig of the World Clan is a traditional storyteller, poet and an award-winning author from the Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation on the Saugeen (Bruce) Peninsula. She works as a naturalist, providing educational programs about the natural and cultural history of the Saugeen/Bruce Peninsula and the Great Lakes.

Lenore's first book of poetry, Running on the March Wind, was published in 2015 by Quattro Press. Before that, her work appeared in a number of anthologies. She has produced three children's books: Bird Talk (1991) and Emma and the Tree (1996), and The Truth about Nibbles (2005) co-authored with her husband, David McLaren. She is the receipient of: Living the Dream Book Award (1993), and an Author's Award (1988).

Indigenous Book Club Spring 2020 - Book Selections

Books - Additional Materials

Interview with Lee Maracle for Book*hug.