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!
98.3 FM Roundhouse Radio’s Janice + Cory show speak with Carys about the ‘victim-offender relationship.’
The Forgiveness Project’s Facebook Page shares my Restorative Justice page – a collection of my stories, readings, and press – with their audience. Thanks TFP for featuring my work.
Socially responsible journalist David Ball, with Metro Vancouver, profiles my experience with the Restorative Justice program, where I corresponded with and met my father’s murderer.
Reflections on the aftermath of violent crime, in the Calgary Herald.
“How do you bring adventure back to life? Adventure dies alongside those who it embodies, requesting, silently begging to be resurrected.”
“New nonfiction by Carys Cragg (TWS 2014) in 48 North Sailing Magazine.”
– Wayde Compton, TWS Director
The Writer’s Studio Director’s shout out for my new piece in 48 North Sailing Magazine’s January 2015 issue.
“A beautiful story, beautifully told, Carys. Having grown up with boats and the ocean as the daughter of a deep sea tugboat captain, it brought tears of joy to my eyes. Thank you.” – Diana Joy, Poet
Such kind words!