Source: Bookings: The King’s Co-op Bookstore Podcast
On another edition of Bookings Live we’re sharing an event from the Halifax Central Library featuring Haudenosaunee writer and this year’s writer-in-residence for the University of King’s College MFA in Creative Non-Fiction Program, Alicia Elliott. Alicia’s book A Mind Spread Out on the Ground is a personal and critical meditation on trauma, legacy, oppression and racism in North America.
Interviewing Alicia is Rebecca Thomas, a Mi’kmaq poet and activist who uses poetry as a powerful tool for educating about the racism and inequality that still haunts many Indigenous peoples in Canada.
For more information on The University of King’s College’s Master of Fine Arts in Creative Nonfiction program visit https://ukings.ca/area-of-study/master-of-fine-arts-in-creative-nonfiction/
Bookings is recorded at the University of King’s College by Mark Pineo and produced by Paul MacKay and Jesse Hiltz for the King’s Co-op Bookstore in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
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