Katherin Edwards, former maid, gardener and racehorse groom is currently employed as a home support worker and floral designer. A two-time winner at Eden Mills for poetry, her work has been published in The New Quarterly, The Malahat Review and ARC poetry magazine. A chapbook, The Sky Was 1950 Blue, created in collaboration with artist Melissa Haney was published by JackPine press in 2016, and her first full length poetry book, A Thin Band, was published by Radiant Press in 2018. Katherin’s nonfiction can be found in the anthology In This Together: Fifteen Stories of Truth and Reconciliation, and in 2016 she was longlisted for CBC’s short fiction contest for “The Sound of his Fall.” She has also won the Malahat Review’s Far Horizon Award for fiction. She lives in Kamloops.