Author Archives: Madeleine LaPlante-Dube


Written in Anishinaabemowin and translated by Margaret O’Donnell Noodin Gigii-aadawaa’awimin zagapizoyang We have gone sailing untethered dibishkoo anangoog agoozowaad giizhigong like stars hung in the sky ishkwaa Naagaanizid-anang miinawaa Waaban-anang after Continue reading

A Thousand Words for Weather

IN JUNE 2022, ARTANGEL’S INSTALLATION A Thousand Words for Weather opened at London’s Senate House Library. Created by author Jessica J. Lee and sound artist Claudia Molitor, the piece invites listeners Continue reading

Corporeal River

BANZEIRO—THIS IS WHAT THE PEOPLE of the Xingu call places where the river grows savage. Where, if you’re lucky, you can make it through; where, if you’re not, you can’t. It Continue reading