Always fascinated by any kind of writing, Keith Cadieux has studied everything from medieval to postcolonial literature, horror and weird fiction, and even narrative in video games, before finally receiving a Master of Arts in creative writing from the University of Manitoba. He lives, works, and writes in Winnipeg.
Gaze is Keith's first publication. Called a psychomanteum, it's a room entirely lined with mirrors. It was once used to channel the spirits of the dead, though in our day and age, people have forgotten it. Gaze is told through the journal of someone who has rediscovered this unique device. By methodically documenting his fascination with the contraption, this person discovers and allows us to see that mirrors still hold tight their deepest mysteries and secrets. And uncovering soon becomes all that matters.