An Anthology of Canadian Native Literature in English edited by Delaware playwright/poet Daniel David Moses and York University English Professor Terry Goldie has been revised in this fourth edition. The editors have added Armand Garnet Ruffo as a co-editor to this 20th anniversary edition. Ruffo has added a much-needed introduction to this 4th edition bringing this volume up-to-date. The wide-ranging survey of writing in English by Canadian Native authors features prose selections, traditional songs, short stories, plays, poems and essays. The editors organized the selections chronologically and have added the works of fourteen recently established writers. Selected early writings of Joseph Brant, George Copway, Catherine Soneegoh Sutton, and E. Pauline Johnson are included. The selections of contemporary writings by such literary notables as Basil Johnston, Rita Joe, Maria Campbell, Beth Brant, Thomas King, Wayne Keon, Lee Maracle, Jeannette Armstrong, Beth Cuthand, Tomson Highway, Drew Hayden Taylor and Eden Robinson represent current Native writing in Canada. This volume showcases the wealth and complexity of Native literature. The writers explore a broad range of issues from family relationships to Aboriginal rights. This introduction to Native Canadian literature is highly recommended. In the preface to this third edition the editors update the way Native literature has matured. Selections for such prominent writers as Tomson Highway, Kateri Akiwenzie-Damm, Wayne Keon, Connie Fife, and Gregory Scofield are revised and updated with more recent works replacing selections from the second edition. New material in this edition includes the works of George Blondin, Louis Bird, Thomas King, Brian Maracle, Michael Kusugak, Emma LaRocque, Rita Bouvier, Joseph Boyden, and Rosanna Deerchild. An updated biography of each contributor is included in this edition. This is a must-have for public libraries as well as secondary and university libraries.