The Literary Review of Canada reviews Debra Komar's The Bastard of Fort Stikine
"Bottom line: The Bastard of Fort Stikine is entertaining, multidimensional and informative. It reads like a novel, educates like a biography and fills a gap in the history of the fur trade." — Literary Review of Canada
August 1, 2015
The Literary Review of Canada reviews Where the Nights are Twice as Long
"Part of the appeal of Eso’s and Lynes’s anthology is that the lover’s ...
August 1, 2015
Airing July 15 on CBC’s The National is a renewed analysis of the 1974 explosion at Valcartier. In light of the forthcoming Ombudsman’s report, the short documentary chronicles the negligence that both preceded and followed the horrific event. Decades after tragedy struck the small Quebec town, the full extent of the government’s disregard might finally be revealed.
Forensic anthropologist Debra Komar recently sat down with CBC Books to discuss the writing of The Bastard of Fort Stikine: The Hudson's Bay Company and the Murder of John McLoughlin, Jr.
Click here to read the interview.
Want more Stikine? Canadian Living has an excerpt in their latest digital edition. And don't forget to keep an eye on our Events page to see if Debra Komar is stopping in your community during her national tour.
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