Preserving Something of Christchurch on Sounds Historical8:49 minutes in, I talk about the effect of the loss of small businesses in Christchurch, and the importance of recording memories about them. It was only a few months after the February 2011 earthquakes, and I was uncertain about what my future held. Listen Here
Please note: At the time of the earthquakes, and in the first two years after, I ran a website under the domain name CafeReflections.com. I posted many articles and images about my Canterbury Earthquake experiences there. In recent times I have been rebranding my websites and the CafeReflections.com domain is no longer owned by me.
Christchurch City Libraries reviews books by Deb Donnell – Cafe Reflections and Responders, both focusing on the Christchurch Earthquakes. They are two very interesting books with a unique perspective on the earthquakes and Christchurch. About Cafe Reflections: “This is not merely a book of cafe reviews, it also tells the vivid and painful story of
360 Documentaries (ABC Radio Australia), interviewed me in June 2013 about my books, Café Reflections: Christchurch City 1975-2012 and Responders: The New Zealand Volunteer Response Teams Christchurch Deployments (co-authored with Pete Seager). You can listen to 360 Documentaries on ABC’s website – click here. My portion of the documentary starts at 35:40 minutes in and ends