Author Archives: James

About James

James is the owner and editor of The Miramichi Reader. Started in 2015, The Miramichi Reader strives to promote Canadian literature, and primarily that arising out of Canada's east coast.

        

First Quarter Best Reads 2018: Non-Fiction

To complement my First Quarter 2018 Best Reads: Fiction, I will now take a closer look at some non-fiction titles I’ve put on the growing 2018 longlist for the Miramichi Reader “The Very Best!” Book Award.

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Tappan Adney and the Heritage of the St. John River Valley by Keith Helmuth

Tappan Adney c1900

Woodstock, New Brunswick’s Chapel Street Editions must be one of this province’s best-kept publishing secrets. I found out about them quite by accident when another author mentioned one of their books they recently read (the novel Taapoategl & Pallet, which I plan to read soon).… Continue reading

Piau: Journey to the Promised Land by Bruce Murray

It is encouraging to see more books (either fictional or non-fictional) being written about the Acadians and their lives and way of life before and after 1755. That was the year of “Le Grand Dérangement” when they were the victims of cultural genocide by the occupying British command and put on ships to be dispersed around the globe, never to return to their beloved Acadia.… Continue reading

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