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The Little Girl on the Ice Floe

by Danielle Ballantyne

The Little Girl on the Ice Floe is an unflinching memoir of one survivor’s struggle to not only survive but overcome sexual trauma. When Adélaïde Bon was nine years old, her parents discovered her in her bedroom, unable to speak or... Read More

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tawâw

by Eric Patterson

In his debut cookbook tawâw: Progressive Indigenous Cuisine, Chef Shane Chartrand works to “bring the beauty and artistry of his world to everybody.” As such, "tawâw" is not just a cookbook; it is “a collection of healing, of... Read More

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Aging Joyfully

by Kristine Morris

Isms here and isms there—let’s run through the gamut: racism, sexism, classism, ageism, ableism, heterosexism. Talk about a hornet’s nest of trouble. Proud sponsors of murder, persecution, prejudice, and just plain ol’ rudeness... Read More

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