Katherena Vermette's new book explores Indigenous identity through sci-fi
Originally published December 6, 2017
Author Katherena Vermette is perhaps best known for her award-winning novel The Break, about the sexual assault of a young Metis woman from the perspective of people in her community. Now, she's exploring similar themes pertaining to Indigenous youth, culture and identity, but in an entirely different medium. Pemmican Wars is a sci-fi graphic novel that follows a 13-year-old girl who discovers her Metis history through time travel. Today Vermette joins Tom Power to discuss her new graphic novel on q.
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