Join the Eden Mills Writers’ Festival for a new series that explores the life of some of Canada’s most interesting storytellers. Take a deep dive into their early influences, what inspires their work, pivotal moments in their careers, and their writing habits and processes.
In the final event in the series, enjoy an evening with award-winning author Richard Van Camp, in conversation with host Kleo Skavinski.
Tues, June 13th, 7pm ET
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Richard Van Camp is a proud member of the Dogrib (Tlicho) Nation from Fort Smith, NWT. He is an internationally renowned storyteller and best-selling author of more than 25 books, including children's books Little You, We Sang You Home, May We Have Enough to Share, Welcome Song for Baby, the YA graphic novel A Blanket of Butterflies, and the short story collection Moccasin Square Gardens.
Kleo Skavinski is Dene from the Pehdzeh Ki First Nation in Treaty 11 and Ukrainian. They grew up in Denendeh, on the shore of TuCho (The Great Slave Lake) and K’atl’odeh (The Hay River), with their mother Serena and grandmother Sarah. They have always been a creative, outspoken person with a love for the Land and all that inhabit it.