Angie Abdou is a Canadian fiction writer whose work has received numerous awards and is often included on the “best of” lists of the year. In addition to being a novelist, she often moderates discussions at writers’ festivals across the country. She has taught for more than 15 years and is currently the Assistant Professor of Creative Writing at Athabasca University. She regularly contributes to Quill & Quire, where she furthers the discussion of Canadian literature. Abdou’s new book In Case I Go is her fifth work and explores how we are haunted by the actions of our ancestors.