These three cookbooks want their readers to understand the intrinsic values in cooking for oneself, whether they be health-based, financial or educational.
A work of historical fiction that gives us a glimpse into the life of PEI’s literary matriarch
The environment has played a central role in the history of Prince Edward Island
Queen of the Crows reveails the experience of a young person’s world shaped by mental illness – a topic so rarely depicted with such empathy and compassion.
…a stinging indictment of Stephen Harper for “destroying” the progressive side of Canadian Toryism
Surely fiction writers owe more to our hardworking fellow writers than silence, a Facebook like or ephemeral blog posts and blurbs.
MacLaine, like Acorn before him, has helped redefine what it means to be an “Island” or Atlantic Canadian poet: possessing the skill and grace to move artistically from local fire halls and flowering fields to cosmopolitan cities and enduring mythologies.