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Books by Thomas King:
Coyote’s Suit. Toronto: Key Porter, forthcoming, 2002. (juvenile fiction).
First Voices, First Words. Special Native Issue of Prairie Fire 22.3 (Autumn 2001). Edited with introduction.
Truth and Bright Water. Toronto: HarperCollins, 1999. 266 pp. New York: Grove Atlantic, 2000.
Coyote Sings to the Moon. Toronto: Key Porter, 1998. 36 pp. (juvenile fiction).
One Good Story, That One (short stories). Toronto: HarperCollins, 1993. 145 pp. New edition, 1999.
Green Grass, Running Water (novel). Toronto/New York: HarperCollins/Houghton Mifflin, 1993. 360 pp. Governor General’s Award nominee, 1993. Canadian Authors Award: Fiction, 1994.
A Coyote Columbus Story. Toronto: Groundwood Books, 1992. 30 pp. Governor General’s Award nominee, 1992.
Medicine River. Toronto: Penguin, Canada, 1990. 261 pp. Winner, Best Novel Award, Writer’s Guild of Alberta,1991. Winner, Josephine Miles Award/Oakland PEN, 1991. Runnerup for the Commonwealth Writers Prize, 1991. Mestecho Medicine River (Czechoslovakian translation). Trans. Miriam Skudlova. Melantrich, 1995. Medicine River: roman. Terre indienne. Trans. Hugues Leroy. Paris: Albin Michel, 1997.
All My Relations: An Anthology of Contemporary Canadian Native Fiction. Edited with an introduction (pp. ix-xvi). Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1990. 220 pp.
An Anthology of Short Fiction by Native Writers in Canada. Special issue of Canadian Fiction Magazine. Edited with an introduction (pp. 4-10). Toronto: Canadian Fiction Magazine, 1988. 171 pp.
The Native in Literature: Canadian and Comparative
Perspectives. Edited with Helen Hoy and Cheryl Calver. Toronto: ECW Press, 1987. 232 pp.