w’daub awae | speaking true
Welcome to Kegedonce Press!
Ahnee! Serving up all the tasty literary treats you've come to expect, 24/7. Since 1993, Kegedonce Press has been crafting beautiful books that involve Indigenous Peoples at all levels of production. Based at Neyaashiinigmiing, on the traditional territory of the Chippewas of Nawash First Nation.
2018 is Kegedonce Press's 25th Anniversary! As part of our celebrations, we will be presenting a retrospective on some of the wonderful books we have published over the years, featuring one each month. For January, we're looking at: LOVE MEDICINE AND ONE SONG by Gregory Scofield. Published in 2009, featuring an introduction by Warren Cariou.
A beautiful, luscious, and healing collection of poetry
Coming Soon from Kegedonce Press: creole métisse of french canada, me by Sharron Proulx-Turner. This collection of poetry is written in a unique, prose-like fashion, without capitalized words. In it, Sharron unfolds her personal stories about being a woman, Métis, and two-spirited in Canada.
"I wish I could be that brave. as brave as the big dipper. the great bear there, purring, watching, holdin
Neechie Hustle is the latest publication from Kegedonce Press. Written by award-winning Cree author, Neal McLeod, the novel is a satirical look at history and the Indian Act. It is set on the fictitious Broken Elbow Reserve, and follows a number of colourful characters through their sometimes funny, sometimes poignant, and even absurd adventures.
Neal took some time to answer a few questions abou