Richard Wagamese

Richard Wagamese (October 14, 1955 – March 10, 2017) was an Ojibwe author and journalist from the Wabaseemoong Independent Nations in Northwestern Ontario.  He was best known for his 2012 novel Indian Horse, which won the Burt Award for First Nations, Métis, and Inuit Literature in 2013, was a competing title in the 2013 edition of Canada Reads, and was adapted into a 2017 feature length film, Indian Horse, released after his death.

Books in order of publication:

Keeper’n Me. Anchor Canada. 1994.
The Terrible Summer. Warwick Publishing. 1996
A Quality of Light. Doubleday Canada. 1997.
For Joshua: An Ojibway Father Teachers His Son. Anchor Canada. 2003.
Dream Wheels. Anchor Canada. 2007. 
One Native Life. Douglas & McIntyre. 2008. 
Ragged Company. Anchor Canada. 2009. 
One Story, One Song. Douglas & McIntyre. 2011.
The Next Sure Thing. Raven Books. 2011.
Runaway Dreams. Ronsdale Press. 2011.
Indian Horse. Douglas & McIntyre. 2012. 
Him Standing. Orca Book Publishers LTD. 2013. 
Medicine Walk. McClelland & Stewart. 2014. 
Embers: One Ojibway’s Meditations. Douglas & McIntyre. 2016. 
Starlight. McClelland & Stewart. 2018.
One Drum. Douglas & McIntyre. 2019.
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