Randy Lundy is an award-winning poet whose collections include Blackbird Song (2018) and Field Notes for the Self (2020), published by the University of Regina Press. He has also published fiction and non-fiction, and his work is featured in some of the most significant anthologies of Indigenous writings in Canada, as well as internationally. Randy Lundy holds a MA in English from the University of Saskatchewan and a Post-Graduate Certificate in Fiction Writing from the Humber School for Writers. He has extensive experience as a university educator at First Nations University and at Campion College in Regina. Randy is currently serving as assistant professor (teaching-stream) of Creative Writing, Indigenous Literatures, and Oral Traditions in the Department of English at the University of Toronto-Scarborough. Born in northern Manitoba, he has lived most of his life in Saskatchewan. Randy is Cree, Irish, and Norwegian and is a member of the Barren Lands First Nation in Manitoba.