10 top posts of 2015

This list of the 'most popular' posts (as evidenced by readers' clicks) showcases the wide variety of content found here at AtlanticBooksToday.ca.

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It’s that time of year! Yes, it’s time for holidays and celebrating, but it’s also time to look back at 2015. This list of the ‘most popular’ posts (as evidenced by readers’ clicks) showcases the wide variety of content found here at AtlanticBooksToday.ca. So while you may have come across some of these articles, recipes, interviews, and more now is the time to catch up on any you’ve missed below before we charge into 2016.

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Mastering the art of authoring a book
Our Heather Fegan talks to Don Sedgwick, executive director of Canada’s only master of creative nonfiction degree program.

Barry Parsons Rock Recipes

The rock behind the recipes
We went into the kitchen of Barry Parsons, the home chef behind the Rock Recipes cookbook series, to find out what’s cooking.


Books that make you proud to be from Atlantic Canada
Our stories make us who we are — and we’re especially connected to these ones.

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PEI musician, journalist, and editor Todd MacLean
Chris Benjamin profiles up-and-coming author Todd MacLean as part of our Young Writers series.

Fishing Premises, Tilting, Fogo Island, Notre Dame Bay, Newfoundland, Canada

Newfoundland: An Island Apart
An excerpt from Dennis Minty’s beautiful book featuring his stunning home province.

Legendary television journalist and Scotiabank Giller Prize-winner Linden MacIntyre returns to the page with powerful new fiction. Photo by Joe Passaretti

Linden MacIntyre’s Punishment
A Q&A with the popular author and former CBC newsman.


Five things I learned: Lesley Crewe
We asked author Lesley Crewe to share five things she learned while turning her book, Relative Happiness, into a movie.


First time novelist Sarah Mian takes her hard-earned place on bookshelves
A Q&A with Sarah Mian about her craft, characters, and how the local dive bar contributes to both.

The Book Of Negroes

Book of Negroes comes to the small screen
Atlantic Canadians behind the television mini-series based on Lawrence Hill’s celebrated novel.

Ivy (Melissa Bergland) and Joss (Aaron Poole) from Lesley Crewe's novel Relative Happiness came alive on the screen last fall. Photo courtesy of Nimbus Publishing

Atlantic books hit the big screen
From the small to the silver screen, we take a look at Atlantic books making the leap to film in 2015.

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Lauren d'Entremont is the managing editor of Atlantic Books Today. Originally from Amherst, NS, she currently lives, writes, and edits in Halifax.

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