Contributor biographical information for The long exile : a tale of Inuit betrayal and survival in the high Arctic / Melania McGrath.

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Melanie McGrath’s first book, Motel Nirvana, won the John Llewelyn Rhys Prize. Her third book, Silvertown, was short-listed for the James Tait Black Memorial Prize for Biography. She is a regular contributor to The Guardian, The Times, The Telegraph, and the Evening Standard and has produced and presented television shows for Discovery Channel and the UK’s Channel 4. She lives and works in London.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Inuit -- Relocation -- Arctic regions.
Inuit -- Government policy.
Indians, Treatment of -- Arctic regions.
Wilderness survival -- Arctic regions.
Racism -- Political aspects -- Canada.
Canada -- Race relations.
Flaherty, Josephie.