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Richard Wagamese and an Indigenous literary resurgence

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Andray Domise

Andray Domise is a Toronto-based writer. A regular contributor to Maclean’s and has previously written columns for Vice, TVO, Toronto Life and The Walrus. He reviews books and film for The Globe and Mail.

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Andray Domise

Stuff White People Write

Why do writers who can invent universes and entire species have so much trouble creating black characters? October 2016
Around 30 years ago, as a weird, shy kid living in a Jamaican household in Malton, Ontario, I discovered fantasy and science fiction. It started as a mild compulsion, the moment I opened the Chronicles of Narnia boxed set on Christmas morning. A couple of years later, I picked up R.A. Salvatore’s The Crystal Shard at a moving…