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!
The Writer’s Studio holds a fundraiser for its yearly anthology: emerge14 – read more here: http://www.sfu.ca/continuing-studies/programs/the-writers-studio-creative-writing-certificate/anthology-emerge.html
Reflections on a Parole Hearing, in the Calgary Herald.
“There are also a handful of stories that at first glance might not seem to fit into a standard idea of a travel collection, but are absolutely about place. Like Carys, a youth and family counselor in Western Canada who drives to visit a prison where she’s going to meet with the man who killed her father. – See more at: http://wanderlustandlipstick.com/blogs/wanderchic/2014/01/20/asha-veal-brisebois-interview/#sthash.rmTAm8I9.dpuf”