Co-authored On This Patch of Grass (Fernwood 2018), $30, with Sadie Couture, Selena Couture and Matt Hern, with Denise Ferreira da Silva, Glen Coulthard, and Erick Villagomez. Focusing on a small urban park in Vancouver -- Victoria Park, but better known as Bocce Ball Park -- to "interrogate the politics of land," the authors grapple with the fact that they are uninvited guests on the unceded territory of the Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh First Nations. As noted on the book's back cover blurb, "Every park in North America is performing modernity and settler colonialism every day." And yet, Bocce Ball Park serves many users with a variety of backgrounds, engaging in a range of activities and doing so peacefully. "It is a living exhibition of the possibilities of sharing land and perhaps offers some clues to a decolonial horizon."

Daisy Couture is a student at UBC. Selena Couture is assistant professor or drama at the University of Alberta. Sadie Couture is a graduate student at Concordia. Matt Hern is an author and community-based activist and organizer. He teaches in SFU’s Urban Studies department, Cape Breton University’s MBA program in Community Economic Development, and is an Adjunct Professor in UBC’s School of Community and Regional Planning. Denise Ferreira da Silva and Glen Coulthard are professors at UBC, Erick Villagomez is the founding principal of Metis Design-Build.