Basil Johnston (1929-2015), an Ojibway who was born on the Parry Island Indian Reserve, is a linguist and lecturer in the department of ethnology at the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto. His other works include Ojibway Ceremonies (1990) and Ojibway Heritage (1990), both available as Bison Books.
"What makes Ojibway Tales worth reading is the humor. It is a wonderfully communal humor that is delightful and at the same time powerful."-Thomas King, author of Medicine River and Green Grass, Running Water -- Thomas King