We’d like to introduce our new editor-inresidence, Shannon Webb-campbell. She is a mixed Mi’kmaq-settler poet, writer and critic. Her forthcoming book Who Took My Sister? (Bookthug, March 2018) explores Canada’s Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, decolonial poetics, trauma and the land, and will be transformed into a touring classical music performance for violin and piano. Her book Still No Word (Breakwater, 2015), was the recipient of Egale Canada’s Out In Print Award. Shannon is a member of Qalipu Mi’kmaq First Nation, and currently lives in Montreal. She will be our editor-in-residence for this issue and the next, Geist 108. Read some of the poems from Who Took My Sister?