Newfoundland’s new alternative newspaper

Atlantic Books Today’s Current Affairs columnist, author Chad Pelley, has earned a reputation as a respected book blogger through his Salty Ink website. Now, after five years online, Salty Ink has closed its (virtual) doors as Pelley turns his efforts to running an alternative newspaper and website in St. John’s, NL. The Overcast covers the book world, music, food, and arts and culture in Newfoundland and Labrador; print issues will be published monthly. And not to worry—Chad will continue to contribute his insightful book-related columns to Atlantic Books Today. We wish him great success in his new venture!

 

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Newfoundland’s new alternative newspaper

Atlantic Books Today’s Current Affairs columnist, author Chad Pelley, has earned a reputation as a respected book blogger through his Salty Ink website. Now, after five years online, Salty Ink has closed its (virtual) doors as Pelley turns his efforts to running an alternative newspaper and website in St. John’s, NL. The Overcast covers the book world, music, food, and arts and culture in Newfoundland and Labrador; print issues will be published monthly. And not to worry—Chad will continue to contribute his insightful book-related columns to Atlantic Books Today. We wish him great success in his new venture!

 

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