Editorial

Articles

Poems

untitled (p. 44-44)
Dream Horses (p. 85-86)

Book Reviews

Book(s) Reviewed

  • kwayask ê-kî-pê-kiskinowâpahtihicik / Their Example Showed Me the Way: A Cree Woman's Life Shaped by Two Cultures by Emma Minde, Freda Ahenakew and H. C. Wolfart
  • Voices From Hudson Bay: Cree Stories From York Factory by Flora Beardy and Robert Coutts
  • Winisk: A Cree Indian Settlement on Hudson Bay by Vita Rordam

Book(s) Reviewed

  • Powerful Images: Portrayals of Native America by Sarah E. Boehme et al.
  • Looking North: Art from the University of Alaska Museum by Aldona Jonaitis
  • Imaging the Arctic by J. C. H. King and Henriette Lidchi

A Good Book (p. 115-116)

Book(s) Reviewed

  • A Good House by Bonnie Burnard

Book(s) Reviewed

  • Islands of Truth: The Imperial Fashioning of Vancouver Island by Daniel W. Clayton

Three Solitudes (p. 117-118)

Book(s) Reviewed

  • We Are Not You: First Nations and Canadian Modernity by Claude Denis

Book(s) Reviewed

  • Staging the North: Twelve Canadian Plays by Sherrill E. Grace, Eve D'Aeth and Lisa Chalykoff

Conceptualism (p. 120-121)

Book(s) Reviewed

  • Island Thought: An Archipelagic Journey Published at Irregular Intervals, #1 by Robert Graham

Liminal Voices (p. 121-123)

Book(s) Reviewed

  • Feminist Readings of Native American Literature: Coming to Voice by Kathleen M. Donovan
  • Bloodlines: Odyssey of a Native Daughter by Janet Campbell Hale

Book(s) Reviewed

  • The Resettlement of British Columbia by Cole Harris

Introducing Oeuvres (p. 124-126)

Book(s) Reviewed

  • Alice Munro by Coral Ann Howells
  • Mavis Gallant by Danielle Schaub

Book(s) Reviewed

  • The Star-Man and Other Tales by Basil H. Johnston and Jonas George (Wah-sa-ghe-zik)
  • Privileging the Past: Reconstructing History in Northwest Coast Art by Judith Ostrowitz
  • The Trickster Shift: Humour and Irony in Contemporary Native Art by Allan J. Rayan
  • What's the Most Beautiful Thing You Know About Horses? by Richard Van Camp and George Littlechild
  • Mythic Beings: Spirit Art of the Northwest Coast by Gary Wyatt

Book(s) Reviewed

  • In Search of April Raintree. Critical Edition. by Beatrice Culleton Mosionier and Cheryl Suzack

Book(s) Reviewed

  • A Concise History of Christianity in Canada by Terence Murphy and Roberto Perin
  • Locations of the Sacred: Essays on Religion, Literature, and Canadian Culture by William C. James

Book(s) Reviewed

  • Gamblers and Dreamers: Women, Men, and Community in the Klondike by Charlene Porsild
  • True North: The Yukon and the Northwest Territories by William R. Morrison
  • Un/Covering the North: News, Media, and Aboriginal People by Valerie Alia
  • Across the Top of the World: The Quest for the Northwest Passage by James P. Delgado

Book(s) Reviewed

  • Tom Thomson's Shack by Harold Rhenisch
  • Summer Gone by David Macfarlane
  • The Clouded Leopard: Travels to Landscapes of Spirit and Desire by Wade Davis

Book(s) Reviewed

  • Hollywood's Indian: The Portrayal of the Native American in Film by Peter C. Rollins and John E. O'Connor
  • Speaking for the Generations: Native Writers on Writing by Simon Ortiz

Hybrid Imaginings (p. 141-144)

Book(s) Reviewed

  • Thunder Through My Veins: Memories of a Métis Childhood by Gregory Scofield
  • I Knew Two Métis Women: The Lives of Dorothy Scofield and Georgina Houle Young by Gregory Scofield
  • Red Blood: One (Mostly) White Guy's Encounters with the Native World by Robert Hunter
  • The Visions and Revelations of St. Louis the Métis by David Day

Narrating BC (p. 144-147)

Book(s) Reviewed

  • West by Northwest: British Columbia Short Stories by David Stouck and Myler Wilkinson
  • Wilderness Beginnings by Rose Hertel Falkenhagen
  • Talk and Log: Wilderness Politics in British Columbia, 1965-96 by Jeremy Wilson

Taking Soundings (p. 147-149)

Book(s) Reviewed

  • Only Drunks and Children Tell the Truth by Drew Hayden Taylor
  • Fearless Warriors by Drew Hayden Taylor
  • Echoing Silence: Essays on Arctic Narrative by John Moss

Book(s) Reviewed

  • New World Myth: Postmodernism and Postcolonialism in Canadian Fiction by Marie Vautier

Women of the North (p. 151-154)

Book(s) Reviewed

  • Saqiyuq: Stories from the Lives of Three Inuit Women by Nancy Wachowich, Apphia Agalakti Awa, Rhoda Kaukjak Katsak and Sandra Pikujak Katsak

Book(s) Reviewed

  • Stolen Life: The Journey of a Cree Woman by Ruby Wiebe and Yvonne Johnson