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  • Social Economy : Communities, Economics and Solidarity in Atlantic Canada
    Sonja Novkovic

    SONJA NOVKOVIC PhD is a Professor in the Economics Department at Saint Mary’s University in Halifax. She also teaches in the Masters for Managers of Co-operatives and Credit Unions Program. Her research interests are in worker co-operatives, democratic firms and employee participation, as well as comparative economic systems and the social economy. Besides other publications,… Read More »

  • Social Economy : Communities, Economics and Solidarity in Atlantic Canada
    Leslie Brown

    LESLIE BROWN PhD is Professor and Chair in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at Mount Saint Vincent University, and is the Director of the SSHRC-funded Social Economy and Sustainability Research Network. She has a longstanding interest in organizational democracy, co-operatives and community development, and has written and presented extensively in these areas. Her recent… Read More »

  • I Met an Elk in Edson Once
    Wes Tyrell

    Wes Tyrell is one time country music crooner, and now, of course, one of the country?s preeminent cartoonists and illustrators. He has been president of the Association of Canadian Cartoonists since 2012.

  • Door to January
    Gillian French

    Growing up in rural Maine led Gillian French to believe that the mystery of the past is all around. Gillian’s short fiction has appeared in various publications and anthologies. Her first YA novel, Grit, was released by HarperCollins in May, 2017. She holds a BA in English from the University of Maine, and is perpetually… Read More »

  • New London:The Lost Dream
    John Cousins

    John Cousins is descended from John Cousins and Mary Townsend, whose families were among the first settlers at New London. John is an historian and folklorist, and has published numerous works on P.E.I. history.

  • Settling Twice
    Deborah Joy Corey

    Deborah Joy Corey is the author of two critically acclaimed novels Losing Eddie and The Skating Pond, and her many prize-winning short stories are printed in numerous anthologies and writing textbooks in both the U.S. and Canada. She now lives and writes in Castine, Maine, and returns regularly to Canada…. Read More »

  • Green Plate Special
    Christine Burns Rudalevige

    Christine Burns Rudalevige is a seasoned food writer and classically trained cook living in Brunswick, Maine. She has worked as a chef, a farmers’ market manager, and a boutique caterer. Christine founded the Family Fish Project (a website dedicated to eating seafood at home) and later worked as a lead culinary instructor at Stonewall Kitchen…. Read More »