From My Bookshelf: No Right to Remain Silent, by Lucinda Roy

Perhaps today is the most appropriate day to share my current reading. I’ve just started No Right to Remain Silent, poet-novelist-professor Lucinda Roy’s account of/response to the tragic events that took place at her university two years ago today. So far, I’ve read only two chapters. But whether I get to read more today or not, I’ll definitely be thinking of the events of April 16, 2007.

To learn more about Roy’s new book, click here.