Chris Bose

Chris Bose is an Indigneous writer, multi-disciplinary artist, musician, and filmmaker, who has read and performed at universities, theatres, and coffeehouses at all points from Victoria to Montreal, as well as the BC Festival of the Arts, as a literary delegate to the Talking Stick Aboriginal Arts Festival in Vancouver and the Word on the Street Festival in Toronto. He is of the Nlaka'pamux/Secwepemc  Nation in BC, and currently spends his time in Kamloops in BC.

Chris continues to make art on a daily basis, and is also a workshop facilitator of community arts events, digital storytelling, art workshops with people of all ages and backgrounds, curatorial work for First Nations art shows and projects, research and writing for periodicals across Canada, project management and coordination, mixed-media productions, film, audio, and video recording and editing, and more. 

A Moon Made of Copper
Format: Paperback
Text Content Territories: First Nations; Indigenous Canadian;

A moon made of Copper is a collection of non-fiction poems that look at the continual maturing and growth of a human being.

The poems were written while touring across Canada, and they capture Bose’s experiences meeting people, wandering different cities, and getting into adventures and mis-adventures. This is Bose’s second book since Stone the Crow.

Bose reveals "what it takes as a First Nations person to survive the unrelenting human conditions of Aboriginals in this country. His poetic expression untangles the pain, loss, and recovery expressed bodly through this volume of poetry. To read this, is to know that journey." Garry Gottfriedson.

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Stone the Crow
Format: Paperback
Text Content Territories: Indigenous Canadian;
Chris Bose's book 'Stone the Crow' is the first collection of contemporary urban native poetry from interdisciplinary artist/writer Chris Bose.

The author takes the reader with him as he chases after coyote down the mountains on the back of a blue horse, riding across the river and into the concrete forests of the urban reservations of Canada.

"An important new voice on the Native literary scene, a voice much needed, a voice well expressed. A writer to watch." -Tomson Highway
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