Kaie Kellough is a novelist, poet, and sound performer whose work emerges at the crossroads of social engagement and formal experiment. Hailing from western Canada, he lives in Montréal and maintains a strong relationship with the Caribbean, with roots in Guyana, South America. He is the author of the novel Accordéon, which was a finalist for the Amazon.ca First Novel Award; two books of poetry, Lettricity and Maple Leaf Rag; and two albums, Vox: Versus and Creole Continuum. His latest poetry collection, Magnetic Equator (McClelland & Stewart), won the 2020 Griffin Poetry Prize. His most recent short story collection is titled Dominoes at the Crossroads.