Shanon Sinn is the author of The Haunting of Vancouver Island, an investigation into regional folklore and hauntings from a journalistic perspective. Sinn is also an infantry veteran, photographer, forager, and stand-up paddleboarder. He recently graduated from the Vancouver Island University Creative Writing Program, and was previously awarded the Barry Broadfoot Award for Journalism. Shanon's nonfiction studies focused on First Nations topics including teachings from elders and "field school" at the University of Fairbanks in Alaska where he received instructions on how to record oral histories. Do visit his website and follow him on Twitter.

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