a Daughter of Northern Saskatchewan*
Tenille K Campbell is a Dene/Métis author and photographer from English River First Nation, SK. She completed her MFA in Creative Writing from UBC and is enrolled in her PhD at the University of Saskatchewan. Her inaugural poetry book, #IndianLovePoems (Signature Editions, 2017) is an award-winning collection of poetry that focuses on Indigenous Erotica, using humour and storytelling to reclaim and explore ideas of Indigenous sexuality.
photo credits: maki fotos
i match on tinder but rarely message
Road Trips over Airplanes
i would be a GEOLOGIST in my next life
I have a wiki page, which entertains me
in the know
I'm an Indiginerd studying for my PhD and I have a stack of books for "when I have time," but we all know there's never enough time. I'm a self-taught photographer who makes people get naked in oceans, always take their jackets off in the dead of winter, and carry velvet chairs through rolling fields of wheat, and it's amazing. I believe in lust at first sight, that hickies are a physical form of "I love you," and that you can always text first. I'm working on two new poetry books, attempting to finish a thesis, and am always dreaming of the novel that I haven't started yet.
Basically, I'm living a life of stories and laughter, and it is good.
+available for workshops in writing + photography
+available for public speaking (I'm funny, trust me)
-but not available for MC-ing bc I'm not that funny