Speak Up for Indigenous Languages!
Visit speakupfnl.com for information on our First Nations Language Readers series and Indiegogo campaign running in December.
Check out our TV ad for Charlie Angus's latest book Children of the Broken Treaty!
Rogues and Rebels-- a Calgary Herald #1 non-fiction best seller!
Listen to the CBC Alberta Daybreak series:
Winnipeg writers "delicately dish" on their mothers in our new title Sons and Mothers!
Listen to the interview on the CBC Winnipeg Weekend Morning show!
"Sons, mothers and struggle with faith"- Waterloo Region Record
"Mennonite sons delicately dish on their moms"- Winnipeg Free Press
Children of the Broken Treaty hits national bestseller list and gets ink in The Guardian!
With its story of sustained evil done to Indigenous children by our government, Children of the Broken Treaty has struck a nerve at home and on the international scene.
Quill & Quire starred review: "Angus largely avoids partisan politics... [An] exemplary piece of writing and reporting."
See also the Quill's Q & A with Charlie Angus!
Maclean's: an excerpt of one of the most powerful moments in the book
Another excerpt in the Hill Times!
CBC Ottawa interview: Listen to Charlie Angus and young activist Nadine Tookate on All In a Day
CTV News: New book tells story of girl who stood up to Ottawa on First Nations education
Embassy News: a passionate editorial on the "live monster allowed to continually devour children's dreams"
APTN News: On one of the major players in the Shannen's Dream campaign
"Open Access Tizzy" appears in University Affairs
Read our Director Bruce Walsh's thoughts on the Open Access movement in university publishing!
U of R Press Launches New Logo
It is not every day that Margaret Atwood and Alice Munro congratulate a university on the launch of its university press, but then, it is a rare occasion when a new university press comes into being. Jumping to the head of the class on the good wishes of these literary titans, University of Regina Press officially launched June 1st, 2013 at the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences in Victoria, BC!
To help define who we are and what we do, we created a logo that was inspired by the Cree language and the Morse code, to both honour our roots and express a desire to communicate universally. Our motto is “For many peoples, a voice” and we try to keep that in mind with everything we do.
Please see the story of our logo here and we hope you join Ms. Atwood and Ms. Munro in welcoming an exciting new venture to the publishing scene.