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Summary

The Neyhiyawak (Plains Cree) word "Kitotam" translates into English as, "He Speaks to It". This is a collection of free-verse poetry by Indigenous poet and artist John McDonald. Written in two parts, these poems chronicle John's life and experiences as an urban Indigenous youth during the 1980s. The second half of the book is a look into the inspirations and events that shaped John's career as an internationally known spoken-word artist, beat poet, monologist, and performance artist.

©2021 John McDonald (P)2021 John McDonald

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