Author Name: Bren Kolson
Book Title: Myth of the Barrens
Book Synopsis: Myth of the Barrens is a true account of a women's discovery o the land and ancient Spirits of the Canadian North. Bren Kolson travels the Barren lands entering a world of survival in the sacred land of the ancestors.
Kolson vividly describes the challenges leading her to a deeper understanding of both the land and herself as she discovers how to not only survive but to thrive in the seemingly inhospitable landscape. Kolson explores the balance of life and death, of hunter and hunter, even as she awakens to the extreme beauty of the Barrenlands.
Kolson's five-genre book, in strong main-text narrative, photographs, pencil sketches, poetry and memoire letters compliments the physical wonders of the land's northern settings and shows the vanishing way of life of First Nations people.
Author Bio: I have twelve pages of creative biographical credits from winning a prize, some of which follows: the John Testso Memorial Award for Outstanding Achievement in Literature sponsored by Claire and David Molson)for literature when fourteen years old, to the Louis St. Laurent Fellowship, Canadian Bar Association for Journalism, Hannon Travel Scholarship, department of English, University of Saskatchewan; developing and teaching a Native Literature course at the University of Saskatchewan, short-listed for the CBC Literary Awards 2006, to Inaugural NorthWords Book Prize 2009, CBC North Radio Cross-Country Bookshelf invitation to present on-air in 2011 to many short pieces published and recently 2017 a short story in YKedge Magazine an a second piece in the anthology "Activating the Heart."
Note: I am looking for an Book Agent.
Publisher Name: Eschia Books