CBC’s The Current profiles Dead Reckoning’s restorative justice story, during Canada’s Restorative Justice Week.
Dead Reckoning – Fall Book Events
Sneak preview reading of Dead Reckoning at the Real Vancouver Writers Series, Russian Hall, Vancouver, BC. Thursday, September 21, 2017.
Book Launch – Reading, Q&A, and Book Signing at Shelf Life Books, Calgary, AB. Wednesday, November 1, 2017.
In Conversation with Wayde Compton – Reading, Q&A, and Book Signing at the Vancouver Public Library, Vancouver, BC. Monday, November 27, 2017.
Visited Delta’s Burnsview Secondary School‘s Composition classes to talk about Dead Reckoning, Restorative Justice, and Tips & Tricks for memoir/personal essay writing. Wow, the students were so engaged & reflective – they had the best questions!
What a pleasure it was to be invited to SFU’s Criminology 315: Restorative Justice class to talk about “Listening to Victims’ Voices” – with an engaged group of students learning to problematize the criminal justice system and learn diverse stories of transformative and restorative justice.
Metro Vancouver News’ reporter, David Ball, honours victims’ voices and interviews Carys about her reflections on the meaning of the offender’s full parole release and why she wrote her memoir, Dead Reckoning.
The Calgary Sun’s reporter Kevin Martin, who covered the criminal trial 25 years ago, interviews Carys about her experience attending the offender’s August 2017 full parole hearing and corresponding with him years before.
The Globe and Mail lists Dead Reckoning as one of its Most Anticipated Books for the rest of 2017!