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George Elliott Clarke says: “Given the vast ignorance that exists about Afro-Metis identities, I share with you the attached bibliography. It is very short — but that’s because relatively few of us have openly identified as Afro-Metis in either our writings or in public presentations. I assure you that this list is expandable, likely by dozens, as more and more folks come forward to claim the identity. This is a place to start.

Download:  A Provisional Bibliography of Afro-Metis Texts

A Provisional Bibliography of Afro-Metis / Afro-Indigenous (Canadian) Texts

Bailey, Peter A. Bliss.
This Is My Song. Montreal: Mondial, 1975. [poetry]
Going Black Home: Montreal: Concordia and Dawson College, 1978. [poetry]
To the Sky This Time. Montreal: Upshaw Publishing House, 1993. [poetry]

Bailey, Troy Burle
The Pierre Bonga Loops. Vancouver: Commodore Books, 2010. [poetry]

Clarke, George Elliott.
Execution Poems. Wolfville: Gaspereau Press, 2001. [poetry]
George & Rue. Toronto: HarperCollins Canada, 2005. [novel]
“‘Indigenous Blacks’: An Irreconcilable Identity?” Cultivating Canada: Reconciliation through the Lens of Cultural Diversity. Eds. Ashok Mathur, Jonathan Dewar, Mike DeGagne. Ottawa: Aboriginal Healing Foundation, 2011. 397-406. [essay]
“I have now seen.” 1977. HERE: Locating Contemporary Canadian Artists. Toronto: Aga Khan Museum, 2017. 38-39. [poem]

Gale, Lorena.
Angélique. Toronto: Playwrights Canada Press, 2000. [drama]
Je me souviens: memories of an expatriate Anglophone Montréalaise Québécoise Exiled in Canada. Vancouver, BC: Talonbooks, 2001. [drama]

Proctor, Dorothy.
Chameleon: The Lives of Dorothy Proctor from Street Criminal to International Special Agent. [Co-authored with Fred Rosen.] Far Hills, NJ: New Horizon Press, 1994. [memoir]
Born-Again Indian: A Story of Self-Discovery of a Red-Black Woman and Her People. [As Dorothy Mills-Proctor.] Kola. 22 (2010): 44-137. [memoir]

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