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Teeth | Dallas Hunt (Cree)

  New poetry collection breaks free of limited Indigenous narratives At left the cover of the new book of poetry Teeth by Dallas Hunt (at right). Photo of Hunt by Conor McNally. Cover art by Michelle Sound and Dallas Hunt. By Odette Auger | Dallas Hunt’s latest release is a book of poems exploring ideas of urban Indigeneity, decolonial theory and how First Nations find ways to create and continue to exist. Hunt, a member of Wapsewsipi (Swan River) First Nation, said his new collection Teeth sets out “to challenge the expectations and stereotypes placed on Indigenous writers.” Writing has always called to Hunt, he said, and he was encouraged by teachers and his family.  While his childhood had its tumultuous moments, his k├┤hkom (grandmother) and mom “really had a knack of finding a way when things were particularly hard o

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