Tenille K. Campbell
Tenille Campbell is a Dene/Metis author and photographer from English River First Nation in Northern Saskatchewan. She completed her MFA in Creative Writing at UBC and is currently starting her fourth year of PhD studies at the University of Saskatchewan, focusing on Indigenous Literature.
She is the owner and artist behind sweetmoon photography, a successful photography business that specializes in photographing Indigenous people. She has published poetry in Sing: Poetry from the Indigenous Americas, and photography in Urban Tribes: Native Americans in the City and Dreaming in Indian. Current creative projects include #KissingIndigenous, a photography series focusing on the act of intimacy within Indigenous couples. She is also the creator of tea&bannock, an online collective blog featuring the photographs and stories of Indigenous women photographers throughout Canada. Storytelling – be it with ink, voice or photographers – is the life for her.
Sunday, July 23
Tenille talks with UMFM's Jesse A. Thistle for At The Edge Of Canada: Indigenous Research.
Click the link to listen to the podcast!
(MP3 file, 29 minutes)
Tenille K. Campbell is the first guest for the new CBC radio podcast "New Fire" with Lisa Charleyboy. In this radio segment she answers interview questions while reading a few poems from her book.
(MP3 file, )
Posted on: Friday, May 25, 2018
A big congratulations to Tenille Campbell on her selection as a finalist for the inaugural Emerging Indigenous Voices prizes! And a hearty congratulations to all the deserving finalists.
Posted on: Sunday, April 29, 2018
Tenille K. Campbell takes home both the First Book Award and the Indigenous Peoples' Writing Award for #IndianLovePoems at the Saskatchewan Book Awards! Congratulations, Tenille!
Posted on: Saturday, July 22, 2017
#IndianLovePoems is #65 on CBC's list of The Great Canadian reading list: 150 books to read for Canada 150.
Read the full list at: http://www.cbc.ca/books/the-great-canadian-reading-list-150-books-to-read-for-canada-150-1.4212815
Posted on: Monday, May 29, 2017