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Al Hunter is an Anishinaabe writer who has published poetry in books and journals, taught extensively, and performed internationally. Amember of Rainy River First Nations and former chief, Hunter has expertise in land claims negotiations, and is a longstanding activist on behalf of indigenous rights and wellness, and environmental responsibility.
Hunter lives in Manitou Rapids, Rainy River First Nations in Ontario, Canada. His poetry has been widely published and anthologized.
Hunter was named an Anishinaabe Achiever of the Treaty #3 Nation for his environmental and educational work in 2000.
During the summer of that same year, he and others led “A Walk To Remember.” They walked for 1200 miles circumnavigating Lake Superior “to bring forth community visions of protecting the air, land and water for the Seven Generations yet to come.”
Spirit Horses, Kegedonce Press, 2001
The Recklessness of Love: Bawajiganan Gaye Ni-Maanedam (Dreams and Regrets), Kegedonce Press, 2008
Beautiful Razor: Love Poems & Other Lies, Kegedonce Press, 2012