BRANTFORD — Bookland Press proudly presented two new titles by Six Nations authors Marie Hess and Janet Rogers.
Hess will be launching Going Back Home whileRogers will be launching the Mohawk translated version of As Long as the Sun Shines within the Woodland Cultural Centre on Saturday, September 21 from 2 p.m., to 4 p.m..
The double book in celebration of Hess’s bravely written residential school memoir and Tsi Niió:re Enkarakhoténhseke is the Mohawk language edition of Janet Rogers’ poetry collection translated by Jeremy Green.
Both authors will be joined by guest readers; Hess’s sisters will provide introductions and Candace Maracle will read Janet’s poetry in Kanien’keha.
The centre posted that the event is free and everyone is welcome with refreshments to be served and the author’s books will be for sale.