Natalie Morrill is the editor of fiction for Dappled Things magazine. Her first novel, The Ghost Keeper (2018), was recognized with the Canadian Jewish Literary Award for Fiction and the HarperCollins Canada/UBC Prize for Best New Fiction. Her poetry and fiction have been published in Canadian literary journals and included in The Journey Prize Stories anthology. She is the former Writer-in-residence for the Northern Initiative for Social Action (NISA). She has an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of British Columbia. She lives in Ottawa, Ontario.