In this first book in the Overhead series (Stars 2, Trees 3), Lucy Haché transports the reader with intimate revelations on self-awareness and identity by exploring both her personal and ancestral relationship to the sea, forest and sky. Through skilled restraint and beautifully astute description, Haché‘s prose reaches past her own contemplation to connect us all. Masterfully illustrated by artist Michael Joyal, his stunning and meteorologically accurate cloud drawings contribute to the overall sensory and transcendent experience. Lucy Haché is a writer and adventurer of Kwakwaka’wakw/Métis and Scottish/Irish descent. She is a member of the Gwa’sala-‘Nakwaxda’xw Nations, a Kwakwaka’wakw Community on the Northern tip of Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Much of her life has been spent in the forest or on the sea. When she’s not surrounded by nature she writes about it. She also writes about contemporary and historical Indigenous issues.