Richard Wagamese is one of Canada’s foremost writers. He has been a newspaper columnist and reporter, radio and television broadcaster and producer, documentary producer, and the author of over a dozen previous novels, including Keeper’n Me and Indian Horse, which was a recent Canada Reads Finalist. He is also the author of acclaimed memoirs, including For Joshua, the bestselling One Native Life, and One Story, One Song, which won the George Ryga Award for Social Awareness in Literature. Wagamese has won numerous awards and recognition for his writing. He leads writing and storytelling workshops across the country and makes frequent appearances as a speaker. He lives in the mountains outside of Kamloops, British Columbia.