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October 12, 2022 44 min

Margaret Macpherson dropped by to talk about her incisive and important new memoir TRACKING THE CARIBOU QUEEN. Along the way, we talked about the difficulty in writing about systemic racism and the colonial system, as well as why some stories work better as creative non-fiction and others as fiction.

Grab a copy of TRACKING THE CARIBOU QUEEN from our website here.

Margaret's Masterclass event with Edmonton's LitFest is on October 20th, and information on that can be found here.

For information on Margaret's Saskatoon Launch at McNally Robinson on October 27th, click here.

The Edmonton launch for the book will be at the Bonnie Doon Community Hall on October 29th, info here

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