Sovereign Traces, Volume 2
Through the works of North American Indigenous writers and illustrators, Sovereign Traces, Volume 2: Relational Constellation provides a unique opportunity for audiences to hear from a myriad of American Indian and First Nations voices on the meaning of love. Here readers will find works of graphic literature, including both poetry and fiction, that explore how celestial bodies build and share creative intimacies. Through this exciting medium, Sovereign Traces, Volume 2 beckons to audiences that are both new to and familiar with Indigenous writing, allowing for possibilities for reimagined readings along the way.
Series: Sovereign Traces
Publication Date: June 1st, 2019
144 pages| 6.5 in x 10 in
ELIZABETH LAPENSÉE is an award-winning designer, writer, artist, and researcher. She is Anishinaabe from Baawaating with relations at Bay Mills Indian Community and Métis. She is an Assistant Professor of Media & Information and Writing, Rhetoric & American Cultures at Michigan State University.