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adventure, autobiography, own voices, Cree literature, Indigenous, Canadian literature, Personal growth

Confessions of a Coyote
As told by Stella Coyote
by Nancy Lafleur

After the death of her parents, Stella is separated from her community and her siblings and placed into a system that is set up to break her. Realizing that she can only rely on herself to survive in the world, Stella uses her natural instincts to navigate in the wilderness of society. As Stella sets off on life's journey, she finds herself in situations that will make you laugh, cry and blush. Dare to enter into Stella's world as she shares her story of love, loss, adventure and chaos. Journey with Stella as she finds her way home by sharing her stories with Mr. Evans, a man in a coma Stella has been hired to look after.

Nancy Lafleur grew up in the wood lands of Northern Saskatchewan. She grew up in Molanosa and Weyakwin but currently resides in La Ronge, Saskatchewan. As well as calling the north her home, Nancy is also a member of the Lac La Ronge Indian Band and a proud Cree woman.

Nancy grew up in the heart of storytelling, surrounded by storytellers and tricksters. Nancy has taken this form and has immersed it in both her writing and in her art. Nancy grew up with the philosophy that laughter is medicine, and with Confessions of a Coyote, she will not disappoint the reader.


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