BIPOC Voices

BIPOC Voices

Fiction, nonfiction and poetry by BIPOC authors to add to your reading list.

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No Stars in the Sky

A new collection of hard-hitting and intimate stories by award-winning Mexican Canadian author Martha Bátiz.

Noopiming

Award-winning Nishnaabeg storyteller and writer Leanne Betasamosake Simpson returns with a bold reimagination of the novel.

North of Nowhere

The incomparable first-hand account of the historic Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada told by one of the commissioners who led it.

Our Voice of Fire

A wildfire of a debut memoir by internationally recognized French/Cree/Iroquois journalist Brandi Morin set to transform the narrative around Indigenous Peoples.

Owlish

With your face covered, sneaking into a city you thought you knew, are you still yourself? Or have you crossed to another world, where the streets are unpredictable and the people strangers, where you might at any moment run into some unknown dream version of yourself?

Peacocks of Instagram

Engrossing, witty yet devastating stories about diasporic Indians that deftly question what it means to be safe, to survive, and to call a place home.

River Meets the Sea

A spellbinding, spirited tale of two men exploring masculinity, race, and belonging in a desperate search to feel at home in their own skins.

river woman

Award–winning Métis poet and acclaimed novelist Katherena Vermette’s second collection, river woman, explores her relationship to nature.

river woman special hardcover edition

This specially designed and bound hardcover First Edition of Katherena Vermette's poetry collection river woman is limited to 50 copies.

Scientific Marvel

Marked by rhythmic drive, humour, and surprise, Undi’s poems consider what is left out from the history and ongoing realities of Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Seven Fallen Feathers

The shocking true story of seven young Indigenous students who were found dead in a northern Ontario city over the span of seven years.

Silken Gazelles

An unforgettable story of friendship, love, and the impact of childhood from the first Arabic-language winner of the Man Booker International Prize.