Year: 1989 Source: Saskatoon, Saskatchewan: Fifth House Publishers, 1989. 226p. SIEC No: 19930368

“Inside Out” is the autobiography of James Tyman, an Aboriginal man who grew up with racism. He turned to crime & self-destruction, & repeatedly ended up in jail. At age 24, in jail for a 2-year sentence, Tyman realized he was going nowhere & began to wonder why. In 6 weeks he wrote this book, a record of his voyage of self-discovery, & an open letter to the people of Canada about how his life has been shaped.