Praise for Hope Matters:
“You need to read this book. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry and you’ll swear out loud, but mostly you’ll be proud of these ladies.” —Senator Murray Sinclair
“Daughters and mother poetry dances around each other, weaves rhythm and breathes love. The ancestors sing, babies laugh and hope always wins.” —Katherena Vermette, author of The Break and River Woman
“I was captivated by each and every one of these extraordinary poems. Each of the poets is utterly unique and yet there is a striking commonality: commonality of blood, of perspective, and most of all, how the immense power of female desire is expressed through the power and dynamism of the natural world.” —Judith Thompson, award-winning author of White Biting Dog and The Other Side of Dark
20 works of Canadian poetry to check out in spring 2019 —CBC Books
Most Anticipated: Our 2019 Spring Poetry Preview —49th Shelf
North Vancouver–born Lee Maracle is the author of numerous critically acclaimed literary works, including Bobbi Lee: Indian Rebel, Ravensong, Celia’s Song, Memory Serves, I Am Woman, Talking to the Diaspora, and most recently My Conversations with Canadians, a finalist for the 2018 Toronto Book Awards. Lee Maracle lives in Toronto.
Columpa Bobb is an award-winning arts practitioner. A Jessie Award winner, and two-time Dora Award nominee, Columpa is most recognized for the role of Mary Cook on the CBC Television show North of 60 and guest roles on the series The Rez. She currently lives in Toronto.
Tania Carter is an actor, playwright and poet. She is a member of the Sto:lo Nation. After living for twenty years in Toronto, she now lives in BC.
15 April 2019 | Poetry
7.75×5.25 inches | 96 pages
Trade Paper: 9781771664974