Native American Authors
Beatrice Culleton Mosionier, 1949-
Beatrice Mosionier (formerly Beatrice Culleton) was born in 1949, in St. Boniface, Manitoba, Canada. She attended George Brown College, 1970, and Banff School of Fine Arts, 1983. She was raised in foster homes, as were her brother and two sisters, because of her parents’ alcoholism. Both sisters committed suicide and she turned to writing for emotional release. She is a novelist and author of children’s books.
Online resources by or about Beatrice Culleton Mosionier:
Beatrice Culleton Mosionier Profile
Author: Manitoba Author Publication Index
Description: Short profile of the author. Includes a bibliography.
Native artists and leaders inspire young people
Author: Cara Cain
Description: This short article profiles Beatrice Culleton and Pauline Mitsuk. From “SchoolNet News”, Sept. 1999 issue.
Books by Beatrice Culleton Mosionier:
Mosionier, Beatrice Culleton. Christopher’s folly
Winnipeg : Pemmican Publications Inc., 1996.
Mosionier, Beatrice Culleton. In Search of April Raintree
Winnipeg, Man., Canada : Pemmican Publications Inc., 1987.
Mosionier, Beatrice Culleton. In the shadow of evil
Penticton, BC : Theytus Books, 2000.
Mosionier, Beatrice Culleton. Spirit of the White Bison
Summertown, Tenn. : Book Pub. Co., 1989.
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