Native American Authors


Lee Maracle , 1950-

Metis

Lee Maracle was born in 1950 and raised in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. After dropping out of school to join the hippie subculture and to work as a political activist, she attended Simon Fraser University. Besides being a professor at the University of Toronto, she has also been the Stanley Knowles Visiting Professor in Canadian Studies at the University of Waterloo.
She was one of the founders of the En'owkin International School of Writing in Penticton, BC (1981); a learning institute with an Indigenous Fine Arts Program and an Okanagon Language Program.
In 2001, Maracle was appointed Distinguished Visiting Professor of Canadian Culture at Western Washington University to engage in activities focused on promoting Canadian culture and awareness.
She is a member of the Red Power Movement and Liberation Support Movement. Maracle has been the Traditional Cultural Director of The Centre for Indigenous Theatre and has worked as an instructor of dramatic composition and theatrical representation. Maracle's works reflect her antipathy toward racism, sexism, and white cultural domination.

 

Books by Lee Maracle:

Maracle, Lee. Bent box
Penticton, B.C. : Theytus Books, 2000.
Genre: Poetry
Audience: Adult
ISBN: 0919441890

Maracle, Lee. Daughters are Forever
Vancouver, BC : Raincoast Books, 2002.
Genre: Fiction
Audience: Adult
ISBN: 1551924102

Maracle, Lee. I am woman : a native perspective on sociology and feminism
Vancouver, B.C. : Press Gang Publishers, 1996.
Genre: Biography
ISBN: 0889740593

Maracle, Lee. Ravensong
Vancouver, B.C : Press Gang Publishers, 1995.
Genre: Fiction
Audience: All Ages
ISBN: 0889740445

Maracle, Lee. Sojourner's Truth.
Vancouver : Press Gang , 1990.
Genre: Short Stories

Maracle, Lee. Sundogs : a novel
Penticton, B.C. : Theytus Books, 1992.
Genre: Fiction
Audience: Adult

Maracle, Lee. Will's Garden
Pentictan, BC : Theytus Books, 2002.
Genre: Fiction
Audience: Youth
ISBN: 1894778022


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