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  • John C. O’Donnell
    John C. O’Donnell

    John C. O’Donnell is Professor Emeritus and former Chair of the Department of Music at St. Francis Xavier University in Antigonish, Nova Scotia. He retired from active teaching in September 2000. Professor O’Donnell holds degrees in music from Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington, and the University of London (England) Kings College. For most of the… Read More »

  • Vintage Christmas
    Marlene Campbell

    Marlene Campbell grew up in the 1960s and 70s in Lot 16, Prince Edward Island, and enjoyed listening to stories of the adults around her. She has a degree in political science and has worked in a number of fields, including cultural programming. Her interest in writing has led her to create radio dramas, historical… Read More »

  • Lighthouses of New Brunswick
    Kelly Anne Loughery

    Kelly Anne Loughery has been involved with lighthouse preservation in the Maritimes since 1996. She founded the New Brunswick Lighthouse Society in 2000 and was vice-president of the Atlantic Lighthouse Council. She was instrumental in acquiring the Cedars Lighthouse for a local heritage group, and in 2011 appeared before the Canadian Senate to speak about… Read More »

  • Kelly Loughery
    Kelly Loughery

    Kelly Anne Loughery has been involved with lighthouse preservation in the Maritimes since 1996. She founded the New Brunswick Lighthouse Society in 2000 and was vice-president of the Atlantic Lighthouse Council. She was instrumental in acquiring the Cedars Lighthouse for a local heritage group, and in 2011 appeared before the Canadian Senate to speak about… Read More »

  • Mi'kmaw Grammar of Father Pacifique
    John Hewson

    John Hewson, Professor Emeritus, Memorial University of Newfoundland, is a scholar of national and international reputation in several branches of linguistics, complemented by more than 14 books, 140-plus published papers and reviews, and nearly 100 papers to learned societies.

  • Ashes of My Dreams
    Stella Shepard

    Stella Shepard of Prince Edward Island developed a passion for reading and writing in childhood that followed her throughout life. Her stories have been published in four of the Chicken Soup for the Soul books, Atlantic newspapers, and magazines. Stella is a journalist, a life-long learner, and a photographer. She is a mother and a… Read More »

  • Cassie Deveaux
    Cassie Deveaux

    Cassie Deveaux Cohoon was born in the Acadian village Chéticamp. Her Acadian heritage goes back to the early days of Grand Pré on her father’s side and Beaubassin (now Amherst) on her mother’s. Her first novel, Severine, told the story of a fictitious heroine of Acadia…. Read More »

  • Jeanne Dugas of Acadia
    Cassie Deveaux Cohoon

    Cassie Deveaux Cohoon was born in the Acadian village Chéticamp. Her Acadian heritage goes back to the early days of Grand Pré on her father’s side and Beaubassin (now Amherst) on her mother’s. Her first novel, Severine, told the story of a fictitious heroine of Acadia…. Read More »