Written By: Scott Stirling
My Dad, Geoff Stirling, started The Newfoundland Herald in 1946 right after World War II, as a Sunday paper called The Sunday Herald. Joey Smallwood had just tried his own hand at publishing, but his political newspaper couldn’t make a go of it financially, so he sold
Navigating the fictitious forests of the literary world is no enviable task. Doing so alone is even more daunting. That was the case for enthusiastic first-time author Justin Hodder, who sought to give Newfoundlanders and Labradorians a new sort of adventure in his debut novel The Mists of Morne.
The multi-talented and delightful Susan Flanagan tries her hand at novel writing, making her books something you can’t put down. But then, why would you want to?
Susan Flanagan is someone you’d want as your bestie. Intelligent, generous, genuine, a good listener, a grand orator, and funny to boot;
Combining two of Newfoundland and Labrador’s finest minds and hearts, providing a look back as well as an opportunity to inspire future generations
When NFB’s (National Film Board of Canada) enlisted writer Michael Crummey to create the interactive mobile feature, Far Away From Far Away, they were hoping the
When Darrell Duke penned the yarn, An Irish Tale of Leaving, he was inspired for very personal reasons
An excerpt from ‘An Irish Tale of Leaving’ penned by Darrell Duke:
My Grandfather, James Houlihan, was from the community of Argentia, once known as Little Placentia, located