Tracey Lindberg & David Brundage, eds., and Daniel David Moses
This collection is a compelling examination and discussion of the work of Indigenous writer Daniel David Moses. Including pieces by Indigenous and non-Indigenous authors, storytellers, playwrights, academics and artists, participating in narratives, writing and dialogues about Moses and his work, the book is at once engaging, grounded in comparative analysis and forceful. Among the contributors: Don Perkins, Randy Lundy, Kristina Fagan Bidwell, Rob Appleford, Maria Campbell, Brenda Macdougall, Greg Scofield, Jo-Ann Episkenew, Helen Gilbert, David Brundage and Tracey Lindberg. In addition, Daniel David Moses contributed his radio play My Grandfather's Face.
About the Author:
Tracey Lindberg is a graduate of the University of Saskatchewan, Harvard University and the University of Ottawa law schools. A citizen of the Kelly Lake Cree Nation, Dr. Lindberg’s research interests include traditional Indigenous governments, Cree laws and the translation between Canadian and Indigenous laws, Indigenous women and legal advocacy and activism by and for Indigenous peoples. Tracey Lindberg spends much of her time working with Spiritual Leaders, Elders and Indigenous community members recording and translating laws.