"Louise Bernice Halfe, is a Canadian First Nations poetry author. Her books are mainly based on her childhood experiences while being forced to attend a residential school and being ripped away from her family at a young age. Throughout her Career as a poetry author she signed with Coteau Books and has published four books of poetry: Bear Bones & Feathers (1994), Blue Marrow (1998/2005), The Crooked Good (2007) and Burning in this Midnight Dream (2016). She has received a lot of recognition and won many awards for her works she has published ... Louise Halfe, was born into an Aboriginal family on April 8, 1953. Her given name is Louise but she is also known as Sky Dancer as this is her name in Cree. She was born in Two Hills, Alberta, and raised on the Saddle Lake Indian Reserve--Wikipedia contributors, "Louise Bernice Halfe," Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Louise_Bernice_Halfe&oldid=839481525 (accessed May 20, 2018).