Susan Mockler

Susan Mockler’s (Member at Large) memoir, Fractured, detailing her experiences of acquired physical disability following a car accident that left her partially paralyzed, was released by Second Story Press in September 2022. Fractured is an illuminating look at healthcare, ableism, and Susan’s acceptance of the mantle of disability activist.

Michael Gates

Michael Gates (Member at Large) celebrated the launch of his seventh book, Hollywood in the Klondike (Harbour Publishing), with about 100 attendees on October 4 in Whitehorse, YT. After a short reading, there was a musical performance by Danchic Duo, and the screening of silent films accompanied by Whitehorse musician Annie Avery on piano.

Deborah Cannon

Deborah L. Cannon’s (Toronto chapter) feature article “Social Justice in Crime Fiction” was published in the Summer 2024 quarterly print issue of Mystery and Suspense Magazine. Quoting from her article, “By exposing the dark corners where society hides its flaws, crime fiction might be the perfect vehicle to address social justice”. It is also available…