Excited to read for the 2018 The Writer’s Studio class!
Looking forward to speaking at Surrey Restorative Justice Program’s 10-Year Anniversary Event!
SFU’s Celebration of Authors hosted too many authors to count – with a strong representation from its Continuing Education The Writer’s Studio program!
Douglas College’s Creative Writing program features Dead Reckoning for its Literature Alive series. How fantastic to be able to talk about the process of how Dead Reckoning came to be!
What a pleasure to speak to KPU’s Restorative Justice class, along with community members working and interested in the justice field. The class’ professor, Dr. Alana Abramson, continuously creates spaces for complex conversations on restorative justice to happen – no easy feat!
(Photo credits: Dr. Alana Abramson (l,c) & Carys Cragg (r))
Great In Conversation event at the Vancouver Public Library, hosted by author and advocate Wayde Compton. Great to have Dead Reckoning: How I Came to Meet the Man Who Murdered My Father contribute to the diverse conversations happening for Canada’s Restorative Justice Week.
(all photos by David P Ball)
What a great turnout and fantastic questions from the audience for Dead Reckoning’s book launch at Shelf Life Books in Calgary.