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- DescriptionAward-winning Nisga'a poet Jordan Abel's third collection, Injun, is a long poem about racism and the representation of Indigenous peoples.
- Author BiographyJordan Abel is a Nisga'a writer residing in Vancouver. He is currently completing his PhD at Simon Fraser University where he is focusing on digital humanities and Indigenous poetics. Abel's conceptual writing engages with the representation of Indigenous peoples in anthropology and popular culture. His chapbooks have been published by JackPine Press and Above/Ground Press, and his work has appeared in numerous magazines and journals across Canada, including Prairie Fire, Capilano Review, and Canadian Literature. He is an editor for Poetry Is Dead magazine and a former editor for PRISM international and Geist. Abel's first book, The Place of Scraps (Talonbooks, 2013), was a finalist for the Gerald Lampert Memorial Award and the winner of the Dorothy Livesay Poetry Prize. Un/inhabited, Abel's second book, was co-published by Project Space Press and Talonbooks in 2015.
- PrizesWinner of Griffin Poetry Prize 2017 (Canada).
- Author(s)Jordan Abel
- PublisherTalon Books,Canada
- Date of Publication19/04/2016
- GenrePoetry Texts & Poetry Anthologies
- Place of PublicationVancouver
- Country of PublicationCanada
- ImprintTalon Books,Canada
- Weight128 g
- Width140 mm
- Height216 mm
- Format DetailsTrade paperback (US)
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