Agnes Grant is the author of No End of Grief: Canadian Indian Residential Schools (1996) and James McKay: A Métis Builder of Canada (1994). She coauthored Joining the Circle: A Practitioner’s Guide to Responsive Education for Native Students (1993) with LaVina Gillespie, and edited Our Bit of Truth: An Anthology of Canadian Native Literature (1990). She teaches Native Studies education courses at Brandon University for the Brandon University Northern Teacher Education Program (BUNTEP) and Program for Educating Native Teachers (PENT). She has written numerous articles on Native literature and Native educational issues. Her most recent publications include “‘Great Stories Are Told’: Canadian Native Novelists” (Native North America: Critical and Cultural Perspectives, ed. Renée Hulan, ECW Press, 1999).