Annette Lapointe has lived in rural Saskatchewan, Quebec City, St John’s, Saskatoon, Winnipeg (where she earned her PhD), and South Korea. She now lives in Treaty 8 territory, on the traditional lands of the Beaver people, and teaches English at Northwestern Polytechnic. She has published three novels (Stolen, Whitetail Shooting Gallery, . . . And This is the Cure) and a short story collection (You Are Not Needed Now).