New Brunswick at the Crossroads, Tony Tremblay, Editor.

Subtitled "Literary Ferment and Social Change in the East," New Brunswick at the Crossroads is an attempt to explore the relationship between literature and the society in which it incubates as it pertains to the distinct character of New Brunswick with its bicultural character. This authoritative reference work examines the literary landscape of New Brunswick … Continue reading New Brunswick at the Crossroads, Tony Tremblay, Editor.

Looking for Bootstraps: Economic Development in the Maritimes by Donald J. Savoie

In 2006, award-winning author Donald Savoie wrote a seminal book on economic development in the Maritimes: Visiting Grandchildren. A decade later, he marks his return to that subject with Looking for Bootstraps. Concerned about the region’s future, he sought to explore and explain the reasons behind its lack of economic development. The result will spark … Continue reading Looking for Bootstraps: Economic Development in the Maritimes by Donald J. Savoie

Homecoming: The Road Less Travelled by Wayne Curtis

Prolific Miramichi author Wayne Curtis, whose most recent collection of fictional short stories was In the Country (2016, Pottersfield Press), has just released a new collection entitled Homecoming: A Road Less Travelled (2017, Pottersfield Press). The book's thirteen stories, many interrelated, contain the idea of returning to a place either one has escaped from or … Continue reading Homecoming: The Road Less Travelled by Wayne Curtis

Flavours of New Brunswick: The Best Recipes from Our Kitchens by Karen Powell

150 recipes from the bestselling books Flavours of New Brunswick and Taste of New Brunswick in an attactive new softcover edition. Bursting with recipes from land and sea, Flavours of New Brunswick brings together the best-loved appetizers, entrées, soups, preserves, desserts, and more from Karen Powell’s popular cookbooks. If you loved Taste of New Brunswick … Continue reading Flavours of New Brunswick: The Best Recipes from Our Kitchens by Karen Powell

For the Love of It: 60 Years of the Miramichi Folksong Festival by Susan Butler

The Miramichi Folksong Festival has been held continuously for 60 years now, making it the longest standing folk song festival in Canada. Its director (and a performer) of the past 35 years is the irrepressible Susan Butler, a true "Miramichier" if there ever was one. Now, she has compiled the Festival's history as well as her … Continue reading For the Love of It: 60 Years of the Miramichi Folksong Festival by Susan Butler