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Prince Edward Island

Creative Fooding 101

in #82 Winter 2016/Features/Nonfiction by

These three cookbooks want their readers to understand the intrinsic values in cooking for oneself, whether they be health-based, financial or educational.

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Maud: A Fictional Glance Into the Life of L.M. Montgomery

in Fiction/Reviews/Young Readers Reviews by

A work of historical fiction that gives us a glimpse into the life of PEI’s literary matriarch

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PEI Long View

in #82 Winter 2016/Features/History/Nonfiction by

The environment has played a central role in the history of Prince Edward Island

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Wonder, Magic and Mental Illness

in #82 Winter 2016/Features/Fiction/Young Readers by

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.

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Who Killed the Canadian Tories?

in #82 Winter 2016/Features/History/Nonfiction by

…a stinging indictment of Stephen Harper for “destroying” the progressive side of Canadian Toryism

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Why We Need Criticism

in #82 Winter 2016/Columns/Editorial/First Person/Perspective by
Jeff Bursey

Surely fiction writers owe more to our hardworking fellow writers than silence, a Facebook like or ephemeral blog posts and blurbs.

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Prometheus Reconsiders Fire is the latest poetic triumph from Brent MacLaine

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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.

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