Maggie Siggins is the author of twelve books including Canadian Tragedy: The Story of JoAnn and Colin Thatcher, which received an Arthur Ellis Award for crime writing and Revenge of the Land which won a Governor General’s Award for Nonfiction. Riel: A Life of Revolution; In Her Own Time: A Cultural History of Women; and Bitter Embrace: White Society’s Assault on the Woodland Cree all won the City of Regina Best Book Award and were named a Globe and Mail Best Book of the Year. Canadian Tragedy and Revenge of the Land were made into four-hour miniseries broadcast on CBC and American networks. Her latest work, Scattered Bones, will be her first book of fiction. Maggie has also written-produced more than twenty documentaries for her company, Four Square Entertainment, of which she is vice-president, creative. Her films include the award-winning Stage, Screen and Reserve: The Life and Times of Gordon Tootoosis, the eight-part series, Scarred by History and the acclaimed A Cruel Wind Blows. Maggie lives in Toronto with her husband Gerald Sperling and two dogs.
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