From Turtle Island to Gaza
80 pages, 5 1/2 x 7 1/2
Release Date:30 Apr 2019

From Turtle Island to Gaza

Athabasca University Press
With a sure voice, Groulx, an Anishnaabee writer, artistically weaves together the experiences of Indigenous peoples in settler Canada with those of the people of Palestine, revealing a shared understanding of colonial pasts and presents.
RELATED TOPICS: Literature, Poetry
David Groulx is an important poetic voice. Intellectually and emotionally generous, his poetry both gives and demands presence, and a willingness to acknowledge reality and engage at a deeper level. Joanne Arnott, author of A Night for the Lady and Halfling Spring
David Groulx was raised in the mining community of Elliot Lake. He is proud of his Aboriginal roots—Ojibwe Indian and French Canadian. His poetry has appeared in over 160 publications in 16 countries.
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