news | Wednesday March 19, 2014
Chief Bev Sellars, author of the striking and touching memoir, They Called Me Number One, was interviewed this week on C.B.C. Radio in Kamloops, British Columbia about her time in the residential schools system. They Called Me Number One is a finalist for the George Ryga Award for Social Awareness as well as the B.C. Book Prize for non-fiction, the Hubert Evans Non-Fiction Prize.
In the interview, Sellars discusses her experiences and the process of writing her memoir, which was originally intended for her family only, and not the reading public. How glad we are that she decided to share her story! Stream the full seven-minute interview online.