Genre Guide: Indigenous Futurisms

As many people close to me know, my favourite genres are science fiction and fantasy. I have been a big fan of these genres since I was a kid, and continue to enjoy them today. I enjoy their intriguing settings, inspiring characters, and exciting story lines. And, I love how they are extremely well suited... Continue Reading →


Summer School is for Super Stars: Why I Love Readers’ Advisory

This summer I am having the absolute pleasure of taking an online course called "Adult Popular Reading and Media Interests." Essentially, we read lots of novels from different genres, learn about and discuss why people love them so much, and get to dive deep into "readers' advisory" (AKA the fine art of suggesting books to... Continue Reading →

Reflections on the Spartacus Book Club

How It Began For a little over 2.5 years I've volunteered at Spartacus Books, a volunteer-run anti-capitalist bookstore in Vancouver, BC on unceded xʷməθkʷəy̓əm, Skwxwú7mesh Úxwumixw, and Tsleil-Waututh territory. Volunteering at Spartacus is about much more than selling books - we strive to be a space for community events, organizing, socializing, and resource sharing. In... Continue Reading →

What I’m reading

Sometimes people ask me about my favourite blogs. Here are a few I read regularly - some I have been reading for years and some are new to me since I started studying Library, Information, and Archival studies this September. âpihtawikosisân Written by Chelsea Vowel (Métis), this has been a favourite of mine for years,... Continue Reading →

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