The Testaments

Margaret Atwood comes to Charlottetown on October 4

Charlottetown’s Bookmark is presenting an evening with Canadian novelist, poet, literary critic and inventor Margaret Atwood to celebrate the public...

Lady and the Plant(s)

Kathy Birt

When Island author Kathy Birt launched her book of fiction, Lady and the Plant(s) in 2017, she had no idea that, then Liberal MLA Allen Roach would le...

How Could You Forget This?

Chris Bailey

Don’t forget where you came from. Simple. Easy like dropping a slut rock tied to a herring net off the boat’s stern, sidestepping rusted chains...

Everybody loves Anne

Right after I finished reading Anne of Green Gables I started watching the show Russian Doll on Netflix. It’s about a red-headed, fast-talking New Y...

Poetry in Voice finalist

Montague Regional High School student Berry Genge has been selected as a national finalist to the Poetry In Voice national poetry reciting competition...

Lackadaisy

A look at the Confederation Centre Art Gallery exhibition: Who’s Your Mother?

A local ‘zine that focuses on the voices of young Island female artists is featuring the Confederation Centre Art Gallery’s Who’s Your Mother? e...

Reading Town PEI Week

Bookmark, Charlottetown’s independent bookseller, hosts activities to celebrate the joy of books and reading during Read Town PEI Week. May 12–...

The Red Fox / Le Renard Roux

Leona Arsenault

The Red Fox / Le Renard Roux, by Leona Arsenault, is full images and facts about the red fox. The book is well-timed, following the naming of the red ...

The Confederation Bridge/ Pont de la Conféderation

Leona Arsenault

The Confederation Bridge connects Prince Edward Island with the rest of the Maritime provinces. The bridge became a much-debated item throughout the 1...

The Devil May Lie

Mima

Mima (aka Michelle M. Arsenault) has recently published her 11th book. The Devil May Lie is be the sixth book in the criminal-suspense Hernandez serie...

Seeing Red

Thomas O'Grady

Blizzard-bound, snowed under, walled-in … swallowed by a whirling world of white, a mapless maze of shifting waist-deep drifts, he wades and wa...

Takako

Delivering the News

Thomas O'Grady

Join Thomas O’Grady at the Confederation Centre Art Gallery in Charlottetown May 15 at 7 pm for the launch of his new book of poetry, Delivering the...

Poetry In Voice

Montague student is national finalist

Montague Regional High School student Berry Genge has been selected as a national finalist to the Poetry In Voice national poetry reciting competition...

Takako

French for the Future

National Essay Contest results

French for the Future has announced the results of its 14th edition of the National Essay Contest. More than 500 students participated from coast to...

Prayer to Morning

Spoken word poetry by Bob Jensen

Spoken word poet Bob Jensen has published his second audio book, Prayer to Morning, a collection of 20 spoken word poems featuring the guitar work of ...

RED number 19 is out

RED number 19 is now available with pieces by many of the magazine’s regular contributors. George Arsenault is onboard with another in his “Shut...

Casebook One: A Knock in the Dark

Five Crow Road, a new publishing company based in eastern PEI, is introducing the world to the Terra Obscura Chronicles, a globe-trotting adventure se...

My Letters to the Editor Book Two

Island author Kathy Birt is about to launch My Letters to the Editor Book Two with more of her letters to The Guardian editorial pages. This is the au...

The Amulet of Fire

Filipina-Canadian author Cindy Lapeña is releasing The Amulet of Fire, the sequel to her first novel, The Lost Amulets, publicly at the first Island ...

Like A Song

Susan Rodgers has released her latest book, Like A Song, the second book in the Dallas White series. Like A Song is, in some ways, the sixteenth book ...

The Philosopher

Malcolm Murray

The PEI wing of PARC (Playwrights Atlantic Resource Centre) and Island Studies Press invite you to readings by Island playwrights and the launch of Th...

Return of the Wild Goose

Jane Ledwell will launch her new book Return of the Wild Goose on April 4 at 7 pm in the Beaconsfield Carriage House in Charlottetown. Jane will be jo...

Flotsy

PEI author, Peggy Hogan, would like you to meet Flotsy, the protagonist of her third novel titled Flotsy. Hogan began the story on July 25, 2011, a...

Fighting For Forgiveness

Local author Angel Jendrick is set to publish Fighting For Forgiveness, the second novel in her Claiming Kristopher series. Fighting For Forgiveness...

professor schwarz

(eminent judge of poetry contests)

imagine a poem in which there is no funny or sad this is not that poem imagine a poem in which bear goes over the river to see what he can see ...

Takako

Sandstone Comics

First edition graphic novel to be released March 30

In the autumn of 2018, Sandy Carruthers, Robert Doan and Greg Webster joined forces to create Sandstone Comics—Prince Edward Island’s first small ...

Julie Pellissier-Lush

True stories

When I meet her the day after her installation as the new provincial Poet Laureate, Julie Pellissier-Lush is animated. “I’m still walking on the c...

Julie Pellissier-Lush is PEI’s newest Poet Laureate

Islanders gathered recently at Fanningbank to welcome and celebrate Prince Edward Island’s new Poet Laureate Julie Pellissier-Lush. In her new role...

Somewhere North of Where I Was—A Memoir

Nicole Spence

Somewhere North of Where I Was—A Memoir, written by Nicole Spence, is the story of a young girl whose childhood innocence is stolen. Told with the r...

Strength

C.J. Rey

Strength is a science-fiction novel recently self-published by PEI author C.J. Rey. The book is about a sixteen-year-old boy named Corey Davis who lo...

Exploring Glenaladale

Sterling Stratton

Glenaladale Heritage Trust, a community organization conserving and restoring the magnificent Glenaladale House on Tracadie Bay, has announced the lau...

Anne of Green Gables: The Book

I didn’t know until I read Lucy Maud Montgomery’s biography last year that Anne of Green Gables was her first published book. I also didn’t know...

Storm Day

Hugh MacDonald

Our wooden house squats south face to the river. Pine and spruce fir and poplar maple and oak at our sides and backs. Somewhere over Labrador w...

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