Author: Greg Webster

A Murmur of Men

Sharon Lucy Robson

“This piece of writing, in fragments and tatters, was on my desk for over twenty years,” says PEI author Sharon Lucy Robson in the forward of her ...

When I Needed You

Susan Rodgers

Drifters Series favourite Matt Kelly returns to the world of country music in When I Needed You, the third book in PEI author Susan Rodgers’ Dallas ...

Still the Water: The Complete Screenplay

Susan Rodgers

Island author and filmmaker Susan Rodgers says that one of the most challenging aspects of filmmaking is leaving parts of the story on the cutting roo...

The Deer Yard and Other Stories

Tom Mahoney

Summerside resident Tom Mahoney is an eighty-seven-year-old retired teacher. His first book, The Deer Yard and Other Stories, came together after year...

Dark | Sanctuary, Issue #2: Bloodied

Dave Stewart and Sandy Carruthers

PEI’s Sandstone Comics returns to horror with the release of Dark|Sanctuary Issue #2: Bloodied, a collaboration between writer D.A. Stewart and arti...

Ancient Land, New Land: Skmaqn—Port-la-Joye —Fort Amherst National Historic Site of Canada

A.J.B. Johnston and Jesse Francis

Authors A.J.B. Johnston and Jesse Francis recently released their book Ancient Land, New Land: Skmaqn—Port-la-Joye—Fort Amherst National Historic ...

Plum Duff

Victoria Goddard

In the fantasy novel Plum Duff, the sixth in the Greenwing and Dart series, PEI author Victoria Goddard continues to build her collection of interwove...

Loyalty Above All (there are no exceptions)

Mima

The Canadian author known as Mima recently published her 16th book, Loyalty Above All (There are no exceptions). This is the 11th book in the Hernande...

an impalpable certain rest

Jeff Bursey

Jeff Bursey’s newest book, an impalpable certain rest (corona\samizdat), is a short-story collection. Some of the stories are set on islands, some a...

RED: Special Edition, Vol. 2

RED: The Island Storybook has launched Ghost Stories and Tales of the Supernatural, the second volume in their series of special editions. RED editor...

BCSPEI business grants

Thirteen Black-owned businesses receive microgrants

The Black Cultural Society of PEI (BCSPEI) recently announced the recipients of the Black Business Pandemic Recovery (BBPR) Grants. The BBPR grant pro...

Secret songs series

Exploring the stories behind six PEI songs

Secret Songs is a new series exploring the stories behind six Prince Edward Island songs. Created by PEI’s Confound Films, Secret Songs features Dy...

48 Hour Film Project

Island teams succeed in challenge with numerous awards

Five PEI filmmaking teams took the Atlantic Canada 48 Hour Film Project 2021 (48HFP) challenge last November and their short films—made in only 48 h...

T is for Té

New online series from The Black Collective Media

To celebrate Black History Month in February, The Black Collective Media is launching their new online series, T is for Té. The four-episode intervi...

We Can’t All Be Perfect

The Old Triangle is getting a new piece of outdoor artwork thanks to the Discover Charlottetown Ignition Fund. The fund is designed to help Charlottet...

2022 Music PEI Award Nominees

Music PEI Week, the largest annual celebration of Prince Edward Island’s music community, combining concerts and an industry awards presentation, t...

Harbourfront Theatre celebrates 25 years

Performances continue at Harbourfront Theatre as part of their 25th anniversary celebrations. “From death-defying acrobatics to ballet to classic r...

Voices

Voices, a group exhibition showcasing new works by art students from Montague Regional High School (MRHS), will open January 14 at Kings Playhouse in ...

New exhibitions at Confederation Centre Art Gallery

The Confederation Centre Art Gallery (CCAG) in Charlottetown is in the midst of transformation as it prepares for several new exhibitions in January a...

Eastern Canada Weather

Calendar by John Morris and Jim Abraham

PEI photographer John Morris and Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society (CMOS) President Jim Abraham, who launched Canada’s Hurricane pro...

the small town podcast season two

In the second season of the small town podcast, host Monica Lacey conducted a series of interviews with artists who are based on Prince Edward Island...

Winter birding

There are days in December when it is difficult to venture outside of a warm house. The winter winds are howling, some form of snow/ice/sleet is threa...

Agricultural Hall of Fame

Dr. Robert A. Curtis inducted

The Atlantic Veterinary College (AVC) recently announced the induction, posthumously, of Dr. Robert “Bob” A. Curtis (1931–2019) to the Atlantic ...

Environmental resource

Island Nature Trust gets donation from PEI liquor stores

A five-year agreement with PEI Liquor Control Commission (PEILCC) and partnering suppliers, has helped the Island Nature Trust (INT) acquire natural a...

2023 Canada Winter Games mascot

Meet Wowkwis (Whoa-quis), the official mascot of the 2023 Canada Winter Games. Named after the Mi’kmaq First Nations peoples’ word for “red fox,...

PEI Writers’ Guild hires new ED

Shawn Hogan replaces outgoing Mo Duffy Cobb

The PEI Writers’ Guild (PEIWG) has hired Shawn Hogan as their new new Executive Director, replacing former ED, Mo Duffy Cobb, who stepped down in Se...

Nancy Cole in New York

Island artist in group art show at Robert Mann Gallery

Island contemporary embroidery artist Nancy Cole is participating in the group art show, FotoFiber, at Robert Mann Gallery in New York City. The exhib...

She Rules: What You Didn’t Know Is Holding You Back in Business

Sara Roach Lewis

Sara Roach Lewis recently released her first book, She Rules: What You Didn’t Know Is Holding You Back in Business. How does a women succeed in a w...

The Viet-Co Conundrum

Arlene S. Mighten

Island-based author Arlene Mighton has release her latest book, The Viet-Co Conundrum, about a middle-aged woman, Miranda Olsen, and her two children ...

Last Call

Debut stand-up comedy album by Dan Hendricken

Stand-up comedian Dan Hendricken released his debut comedy album Last Call on Comedy Records in November. The album was recorded live at Trailside Mus...

The Odessa Connection

James W. Macnutt

The Odessa Connection, the second volume of James Macnutt’s historical fiction trilogy, was published in November. It is 2008, almost three years h...

In the dark: The Haemot Saga, Vol. 1

K. Trajanovski

Prince Edward Island newcomer Klaude Trajanovski’s debut novel, In The Dark: The Haemot Saga, is the first installment in their brand new series pub...

More Bygone Days: Moonshine, Dancin’ and Romancin’

Reginald “Dutch” Thompson

Reginald “Dutch” Thompson is back with More Bygone Days: Moonshine, Dancin’ and Romancin’. This second collection by Thompson includes stories...

Renee Laprise is moving on

FilmPEI’s ED leaving after eight years of success

After eight years, FilmPEI’s Renee Laprise has decided to leave her role as executive director of FilmPEI. “I am proud of everything that I have ...

Art grants recipients

Fourteen Island artists recently received a total of $50,000 through the provincial Arts Grants program. The successful applicants were selected by a ...

Fairy Tails

New group exhibition at Confederation Centre Art Gallery

A new group exhibition opens this month at Confederation Centre Art Gallery (CCAG). Fairy Tails will be on view from December 18 to March 27. Curated...

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