• Short-listed, Rasmussen & Co. Indigenous Peoples’ Writing Award 2021
• Short-listed, Saskatoon Public Library Indigenous Peoples’ Publishing Award 2021
• Short-listed, Saskatchewan Book Award, City of Regina Prize 2021
• Short-listed, Regina Public Library Book of the Year Award 2021
• Winner, Indigenous Voices Award 2021
• Winner, Creative Saskatchewan Publishing Award 2021
Bevann Fox is a member of Pasqua Nation, originally from Piapot Nation, Treaty 4 Territory. In 2012 she received her Bachelor of Arts in Arts and Culture and in 2018 her Master in Business Administration, Leadership from the University of Regina. In 2014 she was honoured with the YWCA Women of Distinction Award—Arts, Culture and Heritage.
She received the Indigenous Voice Award 2021- Creative Non-Fiction Life Writing for Genocidal Love. Genocidal Love was also honoured with a Saskatchewan Book Award 2021.
Fox’s story is, devastatingly, not unique. We know of the widespread oppression, harm and violence faced by generations of Indigenous people across the country. But Fox’s telling of her story is entirely unique, offering a bold and moving account of how she reclaimed her voice––and her ability to love free of the habits residential schooling ingrained within her.