Blanket Toss Under Midnight Sun, Portraits of Everyday Life in Eight Indigenous Communities by Paul Seesequasis, nîpisîhkopâwiyiniw (Willow Cree) writer, journalist, cultural advocate and commentator, is a collection of found photographs from archives, libraries and museums. The photographers included in Blanket Toss Under Midnight have relationships with their subject matter. This an exceptional collection of photos that represents not includes some Indigenous photographers but shows a different reality, a glimpse of integrity, strength and resourcefulness, hard work, family and play, not staged depicting colonization. The photos show Cape Dorset (Kinngait), Nunavik, James Bay, Hudson Bay Watershed, Saskatchewan, Montana and Alberts, Northwest Territories and Yukon Territory communities. Blanket Toss Under Midnight Sun is published by Alfred A. Knopf, Canada and is a work of reclamation. Includes an epilogue: looking forward, acknowledgements, end notes and photo credits.