MICHELLE GOOD is of Cree ancestry and a member of the Battle River Cree. Prior to being accepted into UBC law at forty years of age, she worked with Indigenous people all over Canada as well as in the US. After graduating law school she worked on residential school cases for over fifteen years, operating her own firm for the last six. She has been deeply involved in the issue of residential schools since before litigation was contemplated. In 2014 she earned her Master’s Degree in Fine Arts (Creative Writing) at UBC and is narrowing in on the final strokes of a novel. Her poetry has been published in the sixth edition of the anthology Gatherings, and in literary magazines including West 49th and The Puritan.