Shauna Singh Baldwin is the author of three novels: What the Body Remembers, The Tiger Claw, and The Collector of Souls. Her short fiction collections are English Lessons and Other Stories and We Are Not in Pakistan. Baldwin’s accolades include the CBC Literary Prize, the Friends of American Writers Prize, the Commonwealth Prize for Best Book (Canada-Caribbean), and a nomination for the Scotiabank Giller Prize. She has also written the play We Are So Different Now and the collection of nonfiction essays Reluctant Rebellions. Baldwin lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.