Tags » My Mi'kmaq Mother

My Mi'kmaq Mother Selected by a Committee of National Librarians

Author Julie Pellissier-Lush

Retromedia Publishing learned today that Julie Pellissier-Lush’s popular book My Mi’kmaq Mother has been selected to be included in the Canadian Aboriginal Books for Schools Catalogue 2010-2011 edition. 131 more words

Aboriginal Writers

Post 3 - What makes you Brave?

Post 3 – What makes you brave?

During this time of cultural celebration I marvel at the number of youth who inspire me.  They are strong in their traditions and keep our culture alive.  161 more words

Aboriginal Writers

An amazing afternoon in Charlottetown PEI!!

I was fortunate enough to spend a little bit of time with two amazing and inspiring men, Canada’s Michael Ignatieff and PEI’s wonderful Shawn Murphy!! What a great day!!  49 more words

Aboriginal Writers

Halifax Chronicle-Herald does Feature on My Mi'kmaq Mother

The Halifax Chronicle-Herald has picked up on the increasing popularity of Julie Pellissier-Lush’s book My Mi’kmaq Mother. A full feature on it , by Jeffrey Simpson, entitled “Book Forges Link to Long Dead Mother”appears in today’s(Sunday) popular Halifax Paper. 55 more words

Aboriginal Writers

My Mi'kmaq Mother Book Signing at Canada Day Celebrations

 On a beautiful Canada Day 2010, at Confederation Landing Park in Charlottetown, Julie Pellissier-Lush accompanied by her daughter Brittany, welcomed several interested people to her book signing. 90 more words

My Mi'kmaq Mother

Author of My Mi’kmaq Mother Meets Buffy Sainte-Marie

Georgetown, Prince Edward Island: In a dream come true, author Julie Pellissier-Lush of My Mi’kmaq Mother met her late mother’s favourite singer Buffy Sainte-Marie. In a quiet moment, minutes before Sainte-Marie’s sound check at the Kings Playhouse in Georgetown on June 27, 2010, the two Aboriginal women met. 149 more words

My Mi'kmaq Mother

Buffy Sainte Marie Performing on PEI

Singing sensation and living legend Buffy Sainte-Marie will be performing on PEI on June 27th at the King’s Playhouse in a town with lots of soul, Georgetown. 119 more words

Aboriginal Writers