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All the broken things

In her first novel, Katherena Vermette portrays a Métis family struggling to stay resilient in the face of tragedy

The Break

Katherena Vermette

House of Anansi Press

KATHERENA VERMETTE’S first book, North End Love Songs, a poetry collection set among Winnipeg’s Métis community, won a 2013 Governor General’s Literary Award. In her debut novel, the author finds herself in familiar and heartwrenching territory of prejudice and violence.

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