If you love Indigenous books (especially fiction) as much as we do, then join us, Waubgeshig Rice and Jennifer David, as we talk ‘all things Indigenous books’.  Each episode, we bring in a guest host (a First Nations, Inuit or Metis author or artist), and we discuss one book. We laugh, we tell stories, we get animated, we debate, we discuss. We always support and promote First Nations, Inuit and Métis authors and their books. Read the books, listen to the episodes (they contain spoilers!) and join in the conversations about the Storykeepers. 

Check out our social media feeds for book giveaways.

See the Indigenous Bookshelf for ideas on where to get a copy of these books.

Here’s the lineup of books for Season 2!

January 2022The Strangers by Katherena Vermette
February 2022Dry Lips Oughta Move to Kapuskasing by Tomson Highway
March 2022Empire of Wild by Cherie Dimaline
April 2022Tainna by Norma Dunning
May 2022Mind Spread Out on the Ground by Alicia Elliott
June 2022Shoe Boy–A Trapline Memoir by Duncan McCue
July 2022Five Little Indians by Michelle Good
August 2022This Place: 150 Years, by various authors
September 2022 Witness, I am by Gregory Scofield
October 2022Special episode: Books by Indigenous authors about residential schools
November 2022Nishga by Jordan Abel
December 2022

Look for a new podcast every month (we do our best to upload it in the first week of every month)

Thank you/miigwetch to the Canada Council for the Arts, specifically Creating, Knowing and Sharing, for supporting Season 2 of Storykeepers.