Voices in the Circle

A lounge to discuss books by Indigenous authors.

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    • Thin Air Festival
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      A lounge to discuss books by Indigenous authors.

    • Alina Moore
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      Have you read any of the books or seen any of the films listed in “Voices in the Circle,” or do you plan to? Let us know your thoughts! Leave a comment in this lounge and automatically be entered to win a free book featured at THIN AIR 2023 / Livres en fête 🙂

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    • Mary Soderstrom
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      Have not read The Circle by Katherena Vermette, but I certainly will because I really liked her earlier work, particularly The Stranger. A writer of great power who tells a very gripping story always.

    • WADE HOULE
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      Just finished Unbroken by Angela Sterritt. It was an incredible piece!

    • Liz Hydesmith
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      Hi, I am reading Metis author, Michelle Porter’s, “A Grandmother Begins the Story” right now. Upon recommendation, I bought this intriguingly and elaborately crafted book in a downtown Charlottetown bookstore last month while on a roadtrip. It is a really fabulously woven book of conversations and thoughts passing between wonderful human, non-human, and spirit-world characters as they encounter their challenges and face their realities. It seems to be taking me on somewhat of a mental roadtrip too. I, too, would recommend you read this story!
      I look forward to seeing Michelle present as part of Thin Air at St. John’s college at the University of Manitoba on Wednesday, October 11th at 11:30 am with Matthew Tétreault. You can also catch them the day before at the Millennium Library in the afternoon, or Kilter Brewery in the evening.

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