'Blanket Toss Under Midnight Sun' now available from your favourite book seller.
Your contribution to The Indigenous Archival Photo Project will enable the project to cover the costs of research, travel and printing.
Paul Seesequasis is a writer, curator and cultural activist. His work ha been published in Granta, Brick, The Globe and Mail, Maclean’s, among others. ‘Blanket Toss Under Midnight Sun‘ was published by Knopf Canada in October, 2019. He curates the Indigenous Archival Photo Project, a multi-platform initiative.
Presently, my writing and research is focused on Indigenous photography, historical narratives and the process of visual reclamation. The writing is inspired by archival photography, by both Indigenous and non-Indigenous photographers and the narratives inspired by the photographs.
‘Turning The Lens’: Indigenous Archival Photo Project is at The Art Gallery of Swift Current from January 11 to March 1. It features historical photos from the Nekaneet Cree Nation and the Metis Settlement of Lac Pelletier.
We know the statistics regarding incarceration and Indigenous adults and youth. Books are power, liberation and healing. Please give. Address to mail order is below. Once received I'll forward books to 'Books 2 Prisoners.' Thank you for your contribution.
20 Mackie Crescent, Saskatoon, SK S7L 3V3, CA
09:00 a.m. – 05:00 p.m.