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A Review of Lee Maracle’s Ravensong: Queering Decolonization, Decolonizing Queerness

Salish- Métis author Lee Maracle’s 1993 novel Ravensong doesn’t centre around queerness or lesbian sexuality or two-spirit identity in the way that you might expect in a book reviewed here.  It’s a beautiful and powerful novel about settler and Indigenous … Continue reading

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An Empty Ache in Your Chest: A Review of Anne Fleming’s Anomaly

Anne Fleming’s Anomaly (2005) is one of those novels, which, despite being nearly five hundred pages long, makes you want to return right to the first page and begin again once you’ve finished reading it.  It’s the kind of book … Continue reading

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