Season Three

This season, we’re doing things a bit different. Instead of interviews, for Season 3, we are hosting an online book club!

A HUGE thanks to our sponsors (logos below):


Episode 1: Introducing Book Women Book Club

We’re back! With a Book Club! We want YOU to participate so we can give you FREE stuff! Leave us a comment, tweet at us, email us, visit our website. But get your questions or comments in and we will discuss when we discuss our first book, Split Tooth by Tanya Tagaq.

And this is all leading up to Congress, hosted by the University of Alberta (online) May 27 – June 4, 2021.See you in Book Club! #BookWomen 

Music Credit: Broke for Free – “Something Elated”


Episode 2: Split Tooth by Tanya Tagaq

It’s book club time! Put on some coffee and join our conversation about Split Tooth by Tanya Tagaq. 

Content warning: Readers should know that Split Tooth is a work of staggering beauty and originality that also engages with extremely challenging subjects, including childhood sexual abuse. We have some mental health resources listed on our website.

Keep the conversation going! We want to hear what you think. Join us on Twitter – @book_women or @IndigenousLSA. Use the #BookWomen. Email us @BookWomenPodcast at gmail.com, or by leaving a comment on the book club announcement on our website, bookwomenpodcast.ca.

We still have some books and some beautiful Indigenous swag to give away, so don’t be afraid to let us know what you think!

Music Credit: Broke for Free – “Something Elated”


Episode 3: Indigenous Children’s Books

This week we discuss three Indigenous children’s books. They are: What’s My Superpower? By Aviaq Johnston, The Walrus Who Escaped by Rachel and Sean Qitsualik-Tinsley and Elisapee and Her Baby Seagull by Nancy Mike. 

Links to Stuff Mentioned:

Sponsors We’d Like to Thank:

  • Indigenous Education Initiatives at the Werklund School of Education: https://werklund.ucalgary.ca/ 
  • Indigenous Literary Studies Associaton (ILSA)
  • Association of Canadian College and University Teachers of English (ACCUTE)
  • Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC)

Music Credit: Broke for Free – “Something Elated”