With close to 50 years in the broadcast industry in Atlantic Canada, Rick Howe has been there, seen it and done it.
We're excited to announce the first three installments of The Gamble, bestseller Bill Arnott's e-book novella series (suspense, intrigue, action and humour) are now in a single volume, "The Gamble Novellas: Books 1-2-3."
Escape between the pages of a book this season with our roundup of page-turning fiction and timely non-fiction coming out over the next few months in 2021.
The following message was released today to The Miramichi Reader Newsletter subscribers as a "Special Edition". If you haven't yet subscribed, I encourage you to do so.
April is National Poetry Month. This year’s theme, A World of Poetry. A world of poetry. This, I understand. Being witness to stomped-verse haka in Waitangi, the lyrical thrum of Outback didgeridoo, breathy sax in a wet London underpass, red slashed characters on a mud wall in Hebei, tanka blurred through joss smoke in Kyoto, rantings of a street poet in Times Square, the guttural slur of a Greenlandic hymn, and a master’s spoken-word reverberating on old timber, sibilant sea hissing through cracked glass
We wish to introduce Chris Banks as The Miramichi Reader's new Poetry Editor, and his new column, The Abrupt Edge. It will be a regular feature here at TMR and will feature poetry, poetry news and whatever else Chris wants to tell you about.
Join Bill Arnott as we explore western Canada’s creative lit scene from the ground up, bedrock-solid yet perpetually in motion. Like our imminent coastal quake, my epicentre is BC’s southwest. For now.
The Atlantic Book Awards Society announced the shortlist for the thirteen different book prizes that make up the 2019 Atlantic Book Awards.