Cherie Dimaline

| image = Cherie Dimaline - Eden Mills Writers Festival - 2016 (DanH-0612) (cropped).jpg | alt = Cherie Dimaline at the Eden Mills Writers Festival in 2016 | caption = Dimaline at the Eden Mills Writers' Festival in 2016 | genre = Fiction, Young adult }} Cherie Dimaline () is a writer from the Georgian Bay Métis Nation, a part of Métis Nation of Ontario. She has written a variety of award-winning novels and other acclaimed stories and articles. She is most noted for her 2017 young adult novel The Marrow Thieves, which explores the continued colonial exploitation of Indigenous people.

In addition to The Marrow Thieves, Dimaline has won the award for Fiction Book of the Year at the Anskohk Aboriginal Literature Festival for her first novel, Red Rooms. She has since published the short stories "Seven Gifts for Cedar", the novel The Girl Who Grew a Galaxy, and the short story collection A Gentle Habit. She is the 2019 editor of Little Bird Stories (Volume IX), published by Invisible Publishing and featuring winners of the annual Little Bird Writing Contest run by Sarah Selecky Writing School.

She was founding editor of ''Muskrat Magazine'', was named the Emerging Artist of the Year at the Ontario Premier's Awards for Excellence in Arts in 2014, and became the first Aboriginal writer in residence for the Toronto Public Library.

Her latest novel, ''Empire of Wild'', was published in 2019. Provided by Wikipedia
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