Saturday, October 16, 2010

Broken Arrow: Native Men's Writing, Art and Culture

Broken Arrow is the result of a weekly writing workshop run by Toronto author Emily Pohly-Weary at the Satagey Native Mens Residence in Toronto's West End. A literary zine filled with poetry and prose of from the writing group, Jorge Antonio Vallejos has as an indepth review:

"Everyone has a story but not everyone is willing to share his or her story.  The men at Sagatay don’t hold back.  Honesty, bravery, and humility are displayed throughout the pages of “Broken Arrow”.  Whether writing of street life, different forms of abuse, loves lost, and the ever present colonization of Turtle Island now known as Canada, these men shoot arrows at their targets with perfect aim..."
Read the rest at Racialicious.

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