Megan Gail Coles’s debut poetry collection, Satched, is a vivid portrait of intergenerational trauma, ecological grief, and late-stage capitalism from the perspective of a woman of rural-remote, Northern, working class, mixed ancestry.
Death on Darby's Island is a murder-mystery set in the outport community of Darby's Island in the mid-seventies.
Within Don't Be Talkin' you’ll find stories and recitations told by the incomparable performer Harry Ingram.
In 1822, William Epps Cormack sought the expertise of a guide who could lead him across Newfoundland in search of the last remaining Beothuk camps on the island. In his journals, Cormack refers to his guide only as “My Indian.”
Boulder Books is an ever-growing independent publishing company that launched in 2002. Two of their newest titles are Where Are You, Puffling? and Our Heroes of Covid-19.
Compiled from interviews with a select group of retired seniors, The Bullet is a collection of stories about the men and women who worked for the legendary pre-Confederation Newfoundland Railway, which later became the Canadian National Railway when Newfoundland joined Canada in 1949.
Running the Goat is a “micro-press” publishing company located in Newfoundland. With a primary focus on publishing children’s books, more specifically those that celebrate the life and culture of the province. Reviewer Adeline (along with her mother Melanie) take a look at 5 new titles for children.
While the story of Ella’s life is interesting in its own right, it is in her writings about the people and places of Newfoundland that the book really takes flight.
Self-described as “weird little pieces of half-forgotten history and folklore from all over Newfoundland and Labrador, one for every day of the year" . . .