In Joseph Boyden's breakout book, Three Day Road, two young Cree snipers fight in the First World War. In Through Black Spruce, which won the Giller Prize, contemporary characters face the erosion of culture in their northern town.
"Joseph Boyden offers this story of new hope in the wild lowlands of James Bay."
Building Something is a short story by Aboriginal author Joseph Boyden as a part of CBC's Hyperlocal project.
" Hyperlocal is an interactive story map that strikes at the very heart of this premise. Rooted in place, it brings together true personal stories of changing neighbourhoods from Canadians across the country, guest bloggers and well-known writers, all found at cbc.ca/hyperlocal."
The fiction follow-up to Joseph Boyden's 2008 Scotiabank Giller Prize–winning novel, Through Black Spruce, will be a novel for young adults. Turtle Island, written from the perspective of a young aboriginal teen grappling with gangs, drugs, and violence in his community, is set to appear under Penguin Canada’s Razorbill imprint.
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