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Elements of Indigenous Style: A Guide for Writing By and About Indigenous Peoples Paperback – Feb 15 2018
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As a good style guide should, Elements of Indigenous Style provides answers for common and uncommon questions editors, publishers, and writer might have. (The Editing Company Blog)
These [Indigenous style] principles are clear and useful for writers, editors and publishers, as well as enlightening for readers. (The Editors' Weekly, official blog of Canada's national editorial association)
This guide respects and affirms the Indigenous Right to cultural expression, property, and distribution, and it aims to strengthen future publishing practices of writing by and about Indigenous Peoples. (The Capilano Review)
Style is fraught with politics, especially when writing about Indigenous Peoples. Now, writers, academics, journalists, publishers, and students can breathe a sigh of relief. Reach for this essential Indigenous style guide, not only when searching for the right word, but when seeking guidance on the importance of relationships and trust. (Duncan McCue, CBC Radio Host and author of The Shoe Boy)
Elements of Indigenous Style is a beautiful beginning, a gathering place and a cultivator of both discussion and growth. Younging’s work clears the ground, drafts the blueprints and starts the framing out on the house that we need for our stories. At the same time, Younging manages to write both solid and grounded guidelines while leaving malleability in the architecture so that the ideas can grow and evolve. And we are all invited to share, discuss, add to, and cultivate this important work. (Cherie Dimaline, author of The Marrow Thieves and winner of the Governor General’s Literary Award)
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