The trees are still bending south

01 May 2014 Published in Poetry

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By Author: Sharron Proulx-Turner

“I walked into this woman’s dreams through the pages of this book searching for he ghosts that inhabit these pages. I met Louis for the first time in a woman’s voice, a strong voice, a proud voice that had not sung for more than a hundred years…” Duncan (Keewatin)Mercredi –author of Wolf and Shadows

SHARRON PROULX-TURNER

22 April 2014 Published in First Nation Authors

On behalf of the entire Kegedonce Press family we send our heartfelt condolences to Sharron's loved ones. Sharron will always be close in our hearts. Travel well with the ancestors. - Kegedonce Press

Sharron Proulx-Turner was a member of the Métis Nation of Alberta. Originally from the Ottawa river valley, Sharron was from Mohawk, Wyandat, Algonquin, Ojibwe, Mi'kmaw, French and Irish ancestry. Sharron was a two-spirit nokomis, mom, writer and community worker. Where the Rivers Join (1995), a memoir (Beckylane), was a finalist for the Edna Staebler Award for creative non-fiction, and what the auntys say (2002), was a finalist for the Gerald Lampert Prize for poetry.

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