"The Marrow Thieves" is an award-winning dystopian novel in which a group of Indigenous survivors of a global disaster head to Northern Ontario in hopes of safety and a new start. They're also trying to reclaim their own culture and way of life. Author Cherie Dimaline won a Governor General's Literary Award and the prestigious Kirkus Prize for the book, and she talks to Nam Kiwanuka about the book and its message.
The Agenda in the Summer: Cherie Dimaline
Aug 22, 2018