Stories from the Bush: The Woodland Plays of De-ba-jeh-mu-jig Theatre Group is a collection of six original plays that were written by De-ba-jeh-mu-jig Theatre. This Indigenous theatre group is well-established and groundbreaking. Among the plays in this collection are the first play to ever be professionally produced in Ojibwe, the first play created using the Four Directions Creation Process and other works that focus on the foundation teachings of Odawa Midewin, using traditional stories to create theatre and explore modern themes on time-honoured values.
Where Stories Meet: An Oral History of De-ba-jeh-mu-jig Theatre published by Playwrights Canada Press in 2007 tells the history from the founders' perspectives of this unique theatre company located on Manitoulin Island. Interviews with Shirley Cheechoo, Tomson Highway, Alanis King, Larry Lewis, Audrey Debassige Wemigwans, Rose Marie and Marjorie Trudeau, Ron Berti, and Joe Osawabine explore the history of the company and each playwright's and director's perspectives on Indigenous theatre in Canada.