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This Place: 150 Years Retold, Writers Round Up

Fanned promotional postcards for the graphic novel anthology This Place 150 Years Retold

This Place: 150 Years Retold is a powerful, groundbreaking graphic novel anthology of 10 untold stories. It’s an enthralling journey through magic realism, serial killings, psychic battles, and time travel. With eleven authors and eight illustrators, this one-of-a-kind work may reshape what you think you know about Canada. Here are the authors who contributed to […]

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Niigaanwewidam James Sinclair on What Inspired “Warrior Nation”

Niigaanwewidam James Sinclair is the author of “Warrior Nation,” a story in the anthology This Place: 150 Years Retold. The story features illustrations and colour art by Andrew Lodwick. In his author statement below, Niigaanwewidam shares his connection to the Oka Crisis, and explains how they helped to shape both himself and “Warrior Nation”. * […]

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Celebrating “I Love to Read Month” with a contest!

February is just around the corner, which means national “I Love to Read Month” is almost here! For many Canadian educators, “I Love to Read Month” is an opportunity to promote a love of reading and being read to by others. It’s also a great opportunity to explore titles relating to the TRC’s Calls to […]

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On The Same Page Event

McNally Robinson Booksellers hosted an On The Same Page event celebrating Manitowapow with readings from Warren Cariou, Niigaanwewidam James Sinclair, David McLeod, Gregory Scofield, and a surprise appearance from Percy Tuesday. Enjoy some excellent shots of the packed house courtesy of photographer Pauline Boldt at www.26mertonroad.com. On The Same Page, a project of The Winnipeg […]

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Author Niigaanwewidam’s Family Story

Celebrating National Aboriginal Day CBC Manitoba Scene features P&M Press author Niigaanwewidam James Sinclair. During a previous Manitoba Scene event, Niigaanwewidam related a moving personal story about potato salad, his family ties and his Ojibway heritage. Watch as Niigaanwewidam shares his moving story in the following CBC video. Video Posted by Kim Wheeler, SCENE Producer […]

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High Praise for Manitowapow

Teacher Starleigh Grass includes a review of Manitowapow in her blog, Twinkles Happy Place. She writes, The publishers recommend it for grades 11–post-secondary but, I could see a lot of uses for excerpts of it in earlier years. Highlights for me included Emma LaRocque’s poetry, particularly her poem on being Indigenous in academia and a […]

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Manitowapow A Bestseller

Winnipeg Bestsellers Manitowapow reaches bestseller status at McNally Robinson Bookseller at number five in the paperback fiction category. Congratulations to the authors and editors Niigaanwewidam James Sinclair and Warren Cariou. McNally_Best_Manit_Apr2012

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Manitowapow Celebration

Manitowapow Book Launch On behalf of P&M Press, thank you to all those involved in making the Feb. 3rd book launch for Manitowapow successful. We extend our sincerest appreciation to all those involved in the inspiring, as well as, entertaining presentation. photograph of contributors to Manitowapow photograph taken by Aaron Pierre Photography, www.aaronpierre.com

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