Books written by Drew Hayden Taylor

The Night Wanderer

August 18, 2019 | 215 pages
Tiffany Hunter, a young Ojibwa, struggles with growing up, as a man who calls himself Pierre L'Errant, an Ojibwa whose thirst for adventure took him to Europe, where he was turned into a vampire, becomes her family's guest.  More Info

Me Funny

Douglas & McIntyre | August 18, 2019 | 191 pages
"An irreverent, insightful take on our First Nations' great gift to Canada, delivered by a stellar cast of contributors. Humour has always been an essential part of North American Aboriginal culture. This fact remained unnoticed by most settlers, however, since non-Aboriginals just didn't get the... More Info

Motorcycles & Sweetgrass

Vintage Canada | January 11, 2011 | 368 pages
A story of magic, family, a mysterious stranger . . . and a band of marauding raccoons. Otter Lake is a sleepy Anishnawbe community where little happens. Until the day a handsome stranger pulls up astride a 1953 Indian Chief motorcycle – and turns Otter Lake completely upside down. Maggie, the... More Info

Only Drunks and Children Tell the Truth

Talonbooks Limited | April 1, 1998 | 112 pages
The emotional struggle of an adopted Native woman to acknowledge her birth family. Cast of 2 women and 2 men.  More Info

400 kilometres

Talonbooks Ltd | February 1, 2005 | 127 pages
400 Kilometresis the third play in Drew Hayden Taylor's hilarious and heart-wrenching identity-politics trilogy. Janice Wirth, a thirty-something urban professional, having discovered her roots as the Ojibway orphan Grace Wabung in Someday,and having visited her birth family on the Otter Lake... More Info

Toronto at Dreamer's Rock

Fifth House Publishers | November 1, 2011 | 144 pages
In these two plays, Drew Hayden Taylor delves into the past and speculates about the future as he examines the dilemmas facing young Native Canadians. Toronto at Dreamer's Rock is a moving portrayal of a teenage boy who is torn between the traditions of his people, which he only vaguely... More Info

Me sexy

Douglas & McIntyre Ltd | March 28, 2008 | 186 pages
A moving and often funny look at Native sexuality from some of Canada's best First Nations and Inuit writers. A sequel to the highly successful Me Funny, Me Sexy is an anthology containing thirteen contributions from leading members of North America's First Nations writing communities. The many... More Info