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Richard Van Camp

Richard Van Camp is fiction writer and a member of the Dogrib (Tlicho) Nation from Fort Smith, N.W.T., Canada.
Richard Van Camp is fiction writer and a member of the Dogrib (Tlicho) Nation from Fort Smith, N.W.T., Canada. (Laughing Dog Photography)

Richard Van Camp is a Tlicho Dene writer from Fort Smith, N.W.T. who has written over 20 books across multiple genres. His graphic novel A Blanket of Butterflies was nominated for an Eisner Award and his children's book Little You, illustrated by Julie Flett, was translated into Bush Cree, Plains Cree, South Slavey and Chipewyan.

Van Camp's seminal 1996 novel The Lesser Blessed was adapted into a film by First Generation Films. His other books include Angel Wing Splash Pattern, Night Moves and We Sang You Home

Books by Richard Van Camp

Interviews with Richard Van Camp

Richard Van Camp talks to Shelagh Rogers about his new book Moccasin Square Gardens: Short Stories. 16:56
Author Richard Van Camp speaks to CBC North host Kate Kyle about the screening of the film based on his book 'The Lesser Blessed'. 3:48
Shelagh's extended conversation. 35:47
The writer and storyteller talks about "Three Feathers," "Whistle" and "The Blue Raven." 8:48

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