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Honoring Indigenous History & Pride Month

BILLY-RAY BELCOURT (he/him) is a writer from the Driftpile Cree Nation.

He won the 2018 Griffin Poetry Prize for his debut collection, This Wound Is a World, which was also a finalist for the Governor General's Literary Award. His bestselling memoir, A History of My Brief Body, won the Hubert Evans Non-Fiction Prize and was a finalist for the Lambda Literary Award and the Governor General's Literary Award. A recipient of the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship and an Indspire Award, Belcourt is Assistant Professor of Indigenous Creative Writing at UBC.

To see more about Billy-Ray's work please visit his website at:

Coexistence (May 2024) is a book of poems and stories by Billy-Ray Belcourt about Indigenous love and loneliness from one of contemporary literature’s most boundless minds.

Come listen to the author read and speak about his work in Squamish - On June 11th - Eagle Eye Community Theatre 6:30pm- 8pm

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