Tanya Talaga writing book on residential schools

Award-winning writer, journalist and filmmaker Tanya Talaga is known for tackling tough subjects.

Her first book, Seven Fallen Feathers, looked at anti-Indigenous in her hometown of Thunder Bay, Ont. It became a national bestseller.

So did her second book, All My Relations.

Now, in a three-book deal with publisher Harper Collins, she will delve into the toxic legacy of residential schools.

“I am humbled and honoured to be asked to write three books, and I have to tell you the first book only is on residential schools and the other two books will be on something different,” said Talaga, who is Anishinaabe and Polish.


Reporter / Saskatoon

Priscilla is Cree and a member of Mistawasis Nehiyawak in Saskatchewan. She has worked with APTN National News in the past as a reporter in Winnipeg, host for an entertainment segment, and the 2010 Winter Olympics. Wolf is an alumni of the INCA –Indian Communications Arts Program at FNUC & has a BA of Indigenous Studies from the University of Regina. She brings over ten years of experience working in media across the prairie provinces.

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