Kaie Kellough is a novelist, poet, and sound performer living in Montréal. Born in Western Canada and with roots in Guyana, Kellough's work emerges at the intersection of engaged sociality and formal inquiry, and has been recognized by the Manitoba Book Awards, the Quebec Writers Federation, and the League of Canadian Poets. He is the author of Accordéon, a finalist for the Amazon.ca First Novel Award; Dominoes at the Crossroads, a collection of linked short stories; and two poetry collections. Exploring migration and the suspension of arrival, Kellough's sound work has toured internationally and includes two albums, Vox:Versus and Creole Continuum. His second book of poetry, Magnetic Equator, won the 2020 Griffin Poetry Prize.