Transatlantic is excited to announce that award-winning investigative journalist and author Angela Sterritt’s BREAKABLE, the follow-up to her bestselling hybrid memoir UNBROKEN, investigating how patriarchal colonialism cultivates harmful behaviors in men and how Indigenous men and their communities are breaking colonial norms of masculinity, has been acquired by Jennifer Croll at Greystone Books, for publication in Spring 2026!

Deal by Samantha Haywood at Transatlantic Agency (world).

Angela Sterritt is an award-winning investigative journalist and national bestselling author from the Wilp Wiik’aax  (we-GAK) of the Gitanmaax (GIT-in-max) community within the Gitxsan (GICK-san) Nation on her dad’s side and from Bell Island Newfoundland on her maternal side. Sterritt worked as a television, radio, and digital journalist at CBC for more than a decade. She hosted the award-winning CBC original podcast Land Back.

Her book UNBROKEN, a work that is part memoir and part investigation into the murders and disappearances of Indigenous women and girls, published by Greystone Books became an instant national bestseller in May of 2023. Unbroken was nominated for the Governor General’s Literary Awards, one of Canada’s oldest and most prestigious literary prizes. It is also nominated for the prestigious Hilary Weston Writer’s Trust award for best non-fiction book in Canada.

Congratulations Angela!