Rhea Tregebov has published several books of poetry, beginning with Remembering History, which won the Pat Lowther Award. She has written five much-loved children’s picture books, and is also the editor of numerous anthologies, including a collection of stories by women writers she co-translated from the Yiddish entitled Arguing with the Storm. Her first novel, The Knife-Sharpener’s Bell, won the Segal Prize in literature and was shortlisted for the Kobzar Prize. Her new book, All Souls’ (Véhicule), is a poetry collection. Tregebov was raised in Winnipeg, and lives now in Vancouver where she teaches writing at the University of British Columbia.