Black Walnut Books Presents: Francine Cunningham discussing God Isn't Here Today
By Black Walnut Books
Black Walnut Books presents, in partnership with The King’s English Bookshop, a virtual event with Francine Cunningham.
Francine Cunningham is an Indigenous writer, artist and educator. She currently spends her summer days writing on the prairies and her winter months teaching in the north. Her debut book of poems, On/Me, was nominated for the B.C. and Yukon Book Prize, an Indigenous Voices Award and the Vancouver Book Award. Her debut book of short stories, God Isn't Here Today, is a book of Indigenous speculative fiction and horror. Her first children's book, What If Bedtime Didn't Exist, is forthcoming with Annick Press (2024).
Francine will be discussing her collection of short stories with Hillary Smith, the founder of Black Walnut Books, a queer and Indigenously owned bookstore in Glens Falls, New York.
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