The Enchantment of Ceremony by Linda Hogan

This excerpt from The Radiant Lives of Animals was originally published on YesMagazine.org. An Indigenous writer describes how ritual is the entryway to connection and wholeness. In The Radiant Lives of Animals, celebrated Chickasaw writer Linda Hogan draws on ancient stories and traditions to consider the connection among human consciousness, the natural...

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Louise Halfe appointed Parliamentary Poet Laureate

This article was originally published in usask.ca.  Louise Halfe is a BEI Emeritus Fellow. Elder and USask Indigenous advisor receives appointment as Parliamentary Poet Laureate Elder Louise Bernice Halfe – Sky Dancer, a highly-renowned University of Saskatchewan (USask) advisor, mentor, writer and honorary degree recipient, has been appointed as Canada’s...

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You Can’t Say Anything Anymore

Metta Sama’s poem, You Can’t Say Anything Anymore was recently featured in KorePress.org‘s Postcards to the Future Collection.   Sama creates a powerful poem solely using common problematic remarks.   #WhyWeCan’tHaveNiceThings I am terribly aggrieved about Atticus Finch being outed as a racist. I’d rather remember the good he did. Team...

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Comfort food and books for comfort

Lauren Camp was recently mentioned in an article published by RDR News.  Christina Stock makes her recommendations on the best way to spend an evening; A comforting meal with a comforting book.   By Christina Stock In these past months, since the pandemic hit the state and forced us to...

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Review of Scott Russell Sanders’s “At the Gates of Deep Darkness” by Tom Fate

Read this review of Scott Russell Sanders’s “At the Gates of Deep Darkness” by Tom Montgomery Fate. Originally published by The Christian Century. The artist at the end of the world Scott Russell Sanders’s essays balance ecological despair with the promise of human creativity. by Tom Montgomery Fate September 24, 2020 In...

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