Lee Maracle

Lee Maracle is the author of a number of critically acclaimed works including:
Ravensong, Bobbi Lee, Daughters Are Forever, Celia’s Song (long listed for Canada Reads and short listed for the Re-lit award), I Am Woman (long listed for Canada Reads), Talking to the Diaspora, Memory Serves and other Oratories, and the award winning My Home as I Remember. Her bestselling non-fiction work, Conversations with Canadians, was short-listed for the Toronto Book Award. Ms Maracle is an instructor at the University of Toronto in Indigenous Studies and at First Nations House. She has served as a Distinguished Visiting Scholar at the Universities of Toronto, Waterloo, Western, and Washington. She has received Hedgebrook’s J.T. Stewart Award, the Premier’s Award for Excellence in the Arts, the Blue Metropolis First Peoples Literary Prize, the Harbourfront Festival Prize at the International Festival of Authors, and the Anne Green Award. Ms Maracle received an Honorary Doctor of Letters from St. Thomas University, the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee medal and was appointed Officer of the Order of Canada.