• A Minor Chorus

    A Minor Chorus

    Belcourt, Billy-Ray

    In Northern Alberta, a queer Indigenous doctoral student steps away from his dissertation to write a novel. He is adrift, caught between his childhood on the reservation and this new life of the urban intelligentsia. A debut novel from a rising literary star that brings the modern queer and Indigenous experience into sharp relief.

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  • Probably Ruby

    Probably Ruby

    Bird-Wilson, Lisa

    An Indigenous woman adopted by white parents goes in search of her identity in this unforgettable debut novel about family, race, and history.

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  • Mg̉ḍiz

    Mg̉ḍiz

    Calderon, Gabe

    In this novel of Indigenous futurism, Two-Spirit, LGBTQ+, BIPOC, neurodivergent, and disabled characters – survivors of a devasting war – fight to save what’s left of their world.

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  • Even as We Breathe

    Even as We Breathe

    Clapsaddle, Annette Saunooke

    When a summer job at Asheville's luxurious Grove Park Inn and Resort brings young Cowney Sequoyah one step closer to escaping the hills that both cradle and suffocate him, he sees it as an opportunity, one that forces him to navigate difficult social, cultural, and ethnic divides.

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  • Empire of Wild

    Empire of Wild

    Dimaline, Cherie

    Inspired by the Canadian Métis legend of the Rogarou, a U.S. debut finds a woman reconnecting with her heritage when her missing husband reappears in the form of a charismatic preacher who does not recognize her.

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  • Shutter

    Shutter

    Emerson, Ramona

    A forensic photographer working for the Albuquerque police force, Rita Todacheene is caught in the crosshairs of one of Albuquerque's most dangerous cartels when a furious ghost sets her on a path of vengeance.

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  • The Sentence

    The Sentence

    Erdrich, Louise

    The Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award-winning author presents this unusual novel in which a small independent bookstore in Minneapolis is haunted from November 2019 to November 2020 by the store's most annoying customer.

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  • Crooked Hallelujah

    Crooked Hallelujah

    Ford, Kelli Jo

    A first collection by an award-winning Cherokee writer traces four generations of Native American women as they navigate cultural dynamics, religious beliefs, the 1980s oil bust, devastating storms and unreliable men to connect with their ideas about home.

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  • Bone Black

    Bone Black

    GoldenEagle, Carol Rose

    Wren is devastated when her twin sister Raven mysteriously disappears after the two spend an evening visiting at a local pub. When the police dismiss her missing persons report, something within Wren snaps and she decides to take justice into her own hands.

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  • Five Little Indians

    Five Little Indians

    Good, Michelle

    Taken from their families when they are very small and sent to a remote, church-run residential school, Kenny, Lucy, Clara, Howie and Maisie are finally released after years of detention. Alone and without any skills, support or families, the teens find their way to Vancouver, where they cling together, searching for a place of safety and belonging.

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