Helen Knott is an Indigenous poet-writer, grassroots activist, leader and social worker from the Prophet River First Nation. She is of Dane-Zaa, Nehiyaw, Métis, and European descent. Residing in Fort St. John, British Columbia, Canada, Knott has published a number of poems and short pieces of creative non-fiction in Red Rising Magazine, the Malahat Review, through CBC Arts. Most recently, she published her first book, In My Own Moccasins: A Memoir of Resilience, and is currently writing Taking Back the Bones, which has been described as an "Indigenous female manifesto". She is currently enrolled as a graduate student in the First Nations Studies program at the University of Northern British Columbia.
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