The media has entered the year of Simpson Revisited with the upcoming 20th anniversary of the murders of O.J. Simpson’s ex-wife, Nicole Brown, and her friend Ron Goldman (June 12). Articles about the crimes and case that arose from it — The People vs. Orenthal James Simpson — have been popping up with more frequency for the past week or two. A Q&A Hartford Books Examiner’s John Valeri had with me about my role with the court and my book, Anatomy of a Trial: Public Loss, Lessons Learned from The People vs. O.J. Simpson, was posted on his Examiner website today. Here is John’s lead-in on his Facebook Page and a link to his article. (Sorry for the pop-ups. Just click the x to get rid of them):
“Today, I’m in conversation with Jerrianne Hayslett, who was the media liaison for the Los Angeles Superior Court during the O.J. Simpson trial.” http://www.examiner.com/article/the-simpson-trial-revisited-jerrianne-hayslett-on-anatomy-of-a-trial-q-a
Anatomy of a Trial was a Council for Wisconsin Writers 2008 Kingery/Derleth Book-Length Nonfiction honorable mention. As a member of the CWW board of directors, my bio, along with those of the entire board is on the CWW website at http://www.wiswriters/contacts.