Sally Asante’s court-reporting career spanned two decades and three continents.
In the 1990s, her reputation led the U.S. State Department to tap her skills for treaty arbitration proceedings, and the UN’s International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda to select her as supervisor of its multilingual court reporting staff in Tanzania. Her work in Africa afforded her a front row seat to eyewitness testimony of many survivors of the Rwandan genocide.
Asante grew up on the Alabama Gulf Coast and for much of her life called New Orleans home. She currently lives and writes in the mountains of central Mexico. Bycatch is her first novel.
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