Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls Books

"What more can we do? The answer is simple. Share. Take in knowledge. And when you've taken in that knowledge, give it to somebody else. Lend a book to somebody. Talk to them about it."  ~ David Alexander Robertson, Author

Suggested Readings

Keetsahnak Book Cover May 2018    on the farm book cover   The Break, book by Katherena Vermette   Witness I am


Keetsahnak / Our Missing and Murdered Indigenous Sisters (2018) is edited by Kim Anderson, Maria Campbell and Christi Belcourt and published by the University of Alberta Press. Read article.

Will I see? (2017) is an upcoming multimedia project by David Robertson, GMB Chomichuk and isKwé, includes a graphic novel and music video about missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls. Read article.

The Break (2016) by Katherena Vermette. Read review. Read article.

Witness, I Am (2016) is a poetry collection by Gregory Scofield,which explores the issue of missing and murdered Indigenous women in Canada. Read article.

Forever Loved: Exposing the Hidden Crisis of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls in Canada (2016) edited by D. Memee Lavell-Harvard and Jennifer Brant

Invisible Victims: Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women (2016) by Katherine McCarthy. Read review.

Obstruction of Justice: The Search for Truth on Canada’s Highway of Tears (2016) by Ray Michalko

Pig Girl by Colleen Murphy. Screenplay published in 2015 but the first play was produced in 2013. Read article.

Remembering Vancouver’s Disappeared Women: Settler Colonialism and the Difficulty of Inheritance (2015) by Amber Dean. Read review.

That Lonely Section of Hell: The Botched Investigation of a Serial Killer Who Almost Got Away (2015) by Lorimer Shenher. Read review.

Betty: The Helen Betty Osborne story (2015) by David Robertson. Read article.

Missing Nimâmâ (2015) by Melanie Florence and Francois Thisdale. Read blog post. Read Article.

Kwe: Standing with our sisters (2014) by Joseph Boyden. Kindle version. Read article.

On the farm: Robert William Pickton and the tragic story of Vancouver’s missing women by Stevie Cameron is a book (2011) and a film (2016). Read article.

Torn from our midst (2010) by A. Brenda Anderson (Editor) and Wendee Kubik (Editor)

Just another Indian: A serial killer and Canada’s indifference (2001) by Warren Goulding. Read review.

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