Lee Maracle

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Sessional Lecturer, Indigenous Studies
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Maracle, Lee. Sojourner’s Truth and Other Stories. Vancouver: Press Gang Publishers, 1990.


Maracle, Lee. Sundogs. Penicton: Theytus Books, 1992.


Maracle, Lee. Ravensong: A Novel. Vancouver: Press Gang Publishers, 1993.


Maracle, Lee. Daughters are Forever. Vancouver: Polestar, 2002.


Maracle, Lee. Will’s Garden. Penticton: Theytus Books, 2002. First Wives Club: Coast Salish Style. Penticton: Theytus Books, 2010.




Maracle, Lee. Bobbie Lee, Indian Rebel. Toronto: Women’s press, 1990.


Maracle, Lee. “Oratory Coming to Theory”. Essays on Canadian Writing 54 (1994): 7-11.


Maracle, Lee. I am Woman: A Native Perspective on Sociology and Feminism. Vancouver: Press Gang Publishers, 1996.




Maracle, Lee. Bent Box. Penticton: Theytus Books, 2000.


Maracle, Lee. “Flutes Fan Fire Songs”. Our Times 30.5 (2011): 17.


Lee Maracle is a Sto:Loh nation; grandmother of four, mother of four who was born in North Vancouver, BC. Her works include: the novels, Ravensong, Bobbi Lee, Sundogs, short story collection, Sojourner’s Truth, poetry collection, Bentbox, and non-fiction work I Am Woman. She is Co-editor of My Home As I Remember and Telling It: Women and Language Across Cultures, editor of a number of poetry works, Gatherings journals and has published in dozens of anthologies in Canada and America. Ms. Maracle is a both an award winning author and teacher. She currently is Mentor for Indigenous Students at University of Toronto where she also is a teacher and also the Traditional Cultural Director for the Indigenous Theatre School, where she is a part-time cultural instructor.