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Drew Hayden Taylor is an Ojibway from the Curve Lake First Nations. A journalist, scriptwriter, and award-winning playwright, Taylor has worked on more than 17 documentaries exploring Native experience. He is also the author of non-fiction and a novel for young adults.
Brian Wright-McLeod is a music journalist, radio broadcaster, and author of The Encyclopedia of Native Music. He is also the executive producer of the 3-CD companion box set The Soundtrack of a People. He began working as a music journalist in 1979 and continues to write articles and reviews on Native music for numerous publications including News From Indian Country, Native Peoples Magazine, and the Smithsonian's American Indian.
August 11, 2012Visual Arts Literary Arts
Thomas King previews The Back of the Turtle, a book in progress.
Drew Hayden Taylor presents his Governor General's Literary Award-nominated Motorcycles & Sweetgrass, a story of magic, family, and a mysterious stranger in a sleepy Anishnawbe community.
Brian Wright-McLeod shares his first graphic novel, Red Power, which explores the physical and spiritual journey of a man immersed in a bloody range war created by a corrupt band council chief and corporate/government interests.