#Not Your Princess

#NotYourPrincess: Voices of Native American Women

Edited by Lisa Charleyboy and Marybeth Leatherdale 

Published in 2017 by Annick Press

In her Foreword to #NotYourPrincess, editor Lisa Charleyboy describes this anthology as a “space to not only write a love letter to all young Indigenous women trying to find their way, but also to dispel those stereotypes so we can collectively move forward to a brighter future for all.” 

#NotYourPrincess is divided into four sections: The Ties that Bind Us, It Could Have Been Me, I Am Not Your Princess, and Pathfinders, each featuring a wide range of texts celebrating the stories, perspectives, and experiences of Indigenous women. Poems, artwork, photographs, quotes, essays, and interviews combine to create a powerful and thought-provoking collection of female Indigenous voices.

Introducing the Editors:

 

Learn more about Lisa Charleyboy here and here.

Watch Lisa Charleyboy’s presentation for The Walrus Talks, Disrupting My Personal Narrative.

Learn more about Mary Beth Leatherdale here and here.

Learning More About the Book:

Read these reviews of #NotYourPrincess:

Canadian Review of Materials

Quill & Quire

CBC Books

Kirkus

49th Shelf

Read an announcement about #NotYourPrincess winning the American Indian Library Association Youth Literature Award.

Watch the book trailer.

 

 

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