"The University of Regina Press (URP) is publishing a series called First Nations Language Readers -- story collections designed as teaching tools for beginners wanting to learn particular languages and study the cultures of the people who speak them. In April , 'Blackfoot Stories', a collection of eight stories told by Lena Russell, will be released. Russell, a fluent Blackfoot speaker, collaborated with University of Lethbridge linguist Inge Genee". "Also slated to be released this year  is 'Woods Cree Stories', written and translated by Solomon Ratt, a Woods Cree speaker and educator at the First Nations University of Canada. Another book on the language of the Lillooet (St'át'imcets) is planned or 2015. These books follow two others published for Plains Cree and Saulteaux by the University of Regina's predecessor, the Canadian Plains Research Centre Press. Renamed URP in 2013, the press continues to focus on indigenous publishing. Publisher Bruce Walsh would like to see the series map the 75 aboriginal languages of Canada".