Amun : Indigenous Storytelling Powerful with Emotion and Sensitivity

In the Innu language, amun means "gathering." Under the direction of Michel Jean, the Innu writer and journalist, this collection brings together Indigenous authors from different backgrounds, First Nations, and generations. Their works of fiction sometimes reflect history and traditions, other times the reality of First Nations in Quebec and Canada. Offering the various perspectives of well-known creators, this book presents the theater of a gathering and the speaking out of people that are too rarely heard. Included are original texts by Joséphine Bacon, Natasha Kanapé Fontaine, Naomi Fontaine, Virginia Pésémapéo Bordeleau, Melissa Mollen Dupuis, Jean Sioui, Alyssa Jérôme, Maya Cousineau-Mollen, Louis-Karl Picard-Sioui, and Michel Jean.

Titre : Amun : Indigenous Storytelling Powerful with Emotion and Sensitivity 
Auteur : Michel Jean, Collectif 
Éditeur : Exile Editions 
Thème : Art autochtone 
Format : Broché 
Pages : 112 
Dimensions : 14 x 21 x 0,7 cm 
Langue : Anglais
Date de publication : 2020/04/01 
ISBN : 9781550968774