KRISTA ULUJUK ZAWADSKI is an Inuk who has focused her education and career on Arctic anthropology and archaeology, museology and collections-based research. She holds a Master’s Degree in Anthropology from the University of British Columbia and is currently a PhD candidate at Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario. In 2021, Krista and three other Inuit co-curated the inaugural exhibition, INUA, at Qaumajuq-WAG in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The exhibition featured Inuit art from over 90 Inuit artists. She also co-curated the exhibition Echoing the Land at the Indigenous Art Centre at CIRNAC in Gatineau, QC. Echoing the Land spoke to the connection Indigenous artists have with land, interpreting knowledge from the land and projecting it into art. Krista has authored articles in Inuit Art Quarterly and Museum Anthropology. This is her first book for young adults. Krista is from Rankin Inlet, Nunavut.