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8 More Indigenous Horror Books to Haunt Your Shelves at Night

Looking for more Indigenous horror books to read? Here are 8 of the best to keep you awake at night, including Mapping the Interior by Stephen Graham Jones. Don’t blame us if you can’t sleep.

12 Great Indigenous Memoirs

Read your way into the lives of Indigenous writers with these excellent memoirs, including White Magic.

8 Fantastic Romance Novels by Indigenous Authors

Looking for romance novels by Indigenous authors? Look no further. Here are 8 great titles to get you started.

There Is No Environmental Literature Without Indigenous Authors

Understanding what we call the American environment can only be done through studying the works of those who originally tended to it.

A #CancelCanadaDay Reading List to Learn about Colonialism and Racism in Canada

In light of #CancelCanadaDay, we present this reading list to learn more about racism in the country, including Seven Fallen Feathers by Tanya Talaga and more books.

Picture Books To Teach Children About Residential Schools

These picture books help teach about Indian Residential Schools, which is foundational to understanding Canada as it is today, including When We Were Alone by David A. Robertson and Julie Flett.

15 Popular Indigenous Books from 2020

2020 was long, but it was also a prolific year for many authors. Let’s explore the most popular 2020 indigenous books from this past year, including Black Sun by Rebecca Roanhorse.

6 Audiobooks to Celebrate Indigenous Peoples’ Day

From memoir to young adult, there is a little bit of something for everyone on this list of audiobooks by Indigenous authors.

Explore Indigenous Futurisms With these SFF Books by Indigenous Authors

Explore Indigenous Futurisms by reading these 25 science fiction and fantasy books by Indigenous authors with Indigenous main characters!

Welcome To Indigenous Horror: 4 Indigenous Books To Try

Looking to discover a new subgenre of horror or add to your horror collection? Check out these books by Indigenous horror writers, including Moon of the Crusted Snow by Waubgeshig Rice.