U of A campus & Livestream • November 17–19, 2023

Alicia Elliott

Alicia Elliott

Alicia Elliott is a Mohawk writer living in Brantford, Ontario. She has written for The Globe and Mail, CBC, Hazlitt and many others. She’s had essays nominated for National Magazine Awards for three straight years, winning Gold in 2017, and her short fiction was selected for Best American Short Stories 2018, Best Canadian Stories 2018, and Journey Prize Stories 30. She was chosen by Tanya Talaga as the 2018 recipient of the RBC Taylor Emerging Writer Award. Her first book, A Mind Spread Out On The Ground, is a national bestseller.

Elliott presents her talk, Why we should all be activists: What Haudenosaunee philosophy can teach us about our responsibility to the Earth on Sunday Nov. 21 at 2:30.

Alicia Elliot's talk is sponsored by the Canadian Literature Centre and SKIPP.

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