Julie Kurtness, credited as J. D. Kurtness, is a Canadian writer, who won the Indigenous Voices Award for French Prose in 2018 for her novel De vengeance. A member of the Innu nation originally from Mashteuiatsh, Quebec, she published De vengeance, her debut novel, in 2017.

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  • Julie Kurtness, credited as J. D. Kurtness, is a Canadian writer, who won the Indigenous Voices Award for French Prose in 2018 for her novel De vengeance. A member of the Innu nation originally from Mashteuiatsh, Quebec, she published De vengeance, her debut novel, in 2017. (en)
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  • Julie Kurtness, credited as J. D. Kurtness, is a Canadian writer, who won the Indigenous Voices Award for French Prose in 2018 for her novel De vengeance. A member of the Innu nation originally from Mashteuiatsh, Quebec, she published De vengeance, her debut novel, in 2017. (en)
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