2023-24 Indigenous Storyteller-in-Residence Announced

Posted on 2023-12-18 in News



Tenille Campbell is an award-winning poet and has published two poetry books: #IndianLove: Poems (2017) and Nedí Nezų (Good Medicine) (2021), and a professional photographer as the owner of sweetmoon photography. Campbell has been described as a “Daughter of Northern Saskatchewan” with Dene and Métis roots and hails from English River First Nation, with ties to Batoche, Duck Lake and St. Louis. Currently, she resides in Saskatoon and is pursuing her doctorate in English at the University of Saskatchewan.

As a part of Campbell’s residency, she plans to focus on the themes of friendship and joy, through workshops on beading, photo portraits, and self-love poetry. Learn more about Tenille Campbell and her work at tenillecampbell.com

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