A graphic novel for teens about an ongoing national tragedy.

May, a young teenage girl, walks the city streets, finding keepsakes in different places along her journey. When May and her kookum make these keepsakes into a necklace, a world of danger and fantasy opens up. While May fights against a terrible reality, she learns there is strength in the spirit of those who have passed away. But will that strength be able to save her? A story of tragedy and beauty, Will I See illuminates the issue of missing and murdered Indigenous women.


  • Winner, Winner of the Manuela Dias Book Design and Illustration Awards/GRAPHIC NOVEL Category at the 2017 Manitoba Book Awards


"Absolutely unforgettable! Will I See? addresses the topic of violence against women with beauty and power. The black and white images are realistic, but there is also a dreamlike quality to them. Swaths of red add a dramatic flair, implying violence and death. Will I See? has a strong emotional affect and is best suited for teens and older readers."

- Stephenie Sasse

"I would recommend this book to anyone who likes graphic novels that are gritty, nonfiction, or emotional. Or to everyone, because it's that good!"

- Hannah Waterman

Will I See? is a powerful, evocative story that is amplified by visually stunning graphics. Through the eyes and actions of a teenage girl who resides with her Nokomis in a large city, the graphic novel speaks to the epidemic of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls in Canada.

- Karl Hele