Written by award-winning writer David Groulx, this is a ferocious, erudite collection centred around an epic poem "Wabigoon River Poem(s)" which is breathtaking in its unflinching and wide-ranging look at oppression, genocide, revolution, and survival.
Wabigoon River Poems draws upon Indigenous knowledge and traditions while pushing at the boundaries of what readers might expect Indigenous poetry to be. It is masterful, engaging, bold, brilliant, fearless and daring.
The Long Dance
by author: David A Groulx
"I am delighted with the polemical irreverence David Groulx brings to some of his poetry. He has a keen sense of the contradictions that being native means in a nation that still distrusts and discounts his cultural/historical existence."
- Marilyn Dumont
Under God's Pale Bones
by author: David Groulx.
“This is a reunion, ready to drink like a good Calvados from Northern France aged until the vintage is ready to be unveiled, shared. These poems are the impressions my world has left on me. The world beneath God’s pale bones.” —David A. Groulx