Sheilla Jones has long been driven to tackle frustratingly complex issues—whether it is quantum physics or Indigenous politics in Canada—to make them accessible to the public. And now she’s turned her attention to the complexities of bringing a historical mystery series to life.
Sheilla is an award-winning journalist and was a news editor and senior researcher for the CBC. She has written extensively on First Nations issues in Canada, including as a public policy Senior Fellow. And she thoroughly enjoys engaging in discussions of parallel universes, dark energy and the peculiarities of quantum physics.
Let the People Speak: Oppression in a Time of Reconciliation, J. Gordon Shillingford Publishing, Winnipeg, 2019
The Quantum Ten: A story of passion, tragedy, ambition and science (Arabic translation), Academic Bookshop, Cairo, 2018
Bankrupting Physics: How today’s top scientists are gambling away their credibility, Palgrave Macmillan, NY, 2013
The Quantum Ten: A story of passion, tragedy, ambition and science, Oxford University Press, NY; Thomas Allen Publishers, Toronto, 2008.