Dispatch 7: GLOBAL TRENDS ON ALL SEVEN CONTINENTS
This podcast looks at global issues in a changing world, and the people who study international affairs.
Indigenous Futurism with Grace Dillon | Ep. 8 – Dispatch 7: global trends on all seven continents
This week we discuss Indigenous futurism and science fiction writing expert Grace Dillon. Books recommended by Grace: S9: Sequoyah 9 by Richard Crowsong This Place: 150 Years Retold by Kateri Akiwenzie-Damm, Sonny Assu, et al. Moonshot Volumes One, Two, and Three (the latter completely on IF) Graphic Indigeneity: Comics in the Americas and Australasia by Frederick Luis Aldama editor and Beth's illustrated cover-great scholarship! and don't forget Lee Francis's Red Planet store and press for many more Indigenous graphic novels. Mitewacimowin: Indigenous Science Fiction and Speculative Storytelling by Cree nation Neal McLeod (Theytus Press) Claire G. Coleman's Terrus Nullius and The Old Lie (Australian First Nations) along with her cousin Ellen Van Neerven's Heat and Light (both infused with their own Queer indigenous living) Alexis Wright's The Black Swan (Australian First Nations) Waubgeshig Rice's Moon of the Crusted Snow* ("Nish) Louise Erdrich's Future Home of the Living God (10 years to write and publish this since her agents, etc. wanted her to continue her mainstream "Great Native American" novels) Drew Hayden Taylor's Take Me to Your Chief collection of stories Ojibwe of Curve Lake nation. AND he has a show on CBC that showcases IF Also check out Miq'maq Jeff Barnaby's Blood Quantum, a full-length feature film that's IF as well=just released! Thank you to Grace Dillion for being an amazing guest! Recorded and Created by Shawn Smallman Produced and Edited by Paige Smallman