By: Amy Cleary
Visual artist Dawn Baker visits Fogo, showcasing how the most valuable commodities of any place go well beyond the scenery
Dawn Baker is a visual artist and an admitted child enthusiast. She’d have to be considering she’s been a children’s book author and illustrator since 1992.
By: Jason Sheppard
Newfoundland’s Jason Oakley is the creator behind a new character aimed at capturing children’s hearts
Jason Oakley, originally from Newfoundland, moved to Toronto five years ago away from his nephews. When it came time to get them a gift for special occasions, Oakley never knew what
Frank Gronich’s extraordinary life – from immigrant without a home to senior crown prosecutor in Newfoundland and Labrador – is as inspiring as is it unbelievable
Perseverance is defined by the Oxford English Dictionary as “persistence in doing something despite difficulty or delay in achieving success.”
Never has a
Acclaimed author Elisabeth De Mariaffi thrills with the followup to The Devil You Know, Hysteria. We talk Newfoundland love and the art of tension in our Q&A
You’re married and living with notable local poet George Murray, although you’re originally from Ontario. How long have you lived in Newfoundland?
I’ve been here