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Award-winning writer Gary Collins gets candid on everything from his often gut-wrenching writing process to why his latest novel, The Crackie, just might be his best yet
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Gary Collins is used to hearing from readers, though he shares – almost hesitantly – sometimes he’s overwhelmed by the sentiments. “This

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The Newfoundland Writers Guild celebrates their 50th anniversary in this in-depth feature 
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During a reception at Government House on Oct. 16 to celebrate the Newfoundland Writers Guild’s 50th Anniversary, Lt.-Gov. Judy Foote congratulated members on their writing accomplishments.
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“I’m an avid reader and many of you here I

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The king of comics, Stan Lee passed away on November 12 at the age of 95, leaving behind a legacy that, like his characters, leaps off the page
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When we think of superpowers, comic book heroes, and brightly coloured, larger-than-life characters, we think of Marvel Comics. Spider-Man, X-Men, Captain

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Retired RCMP Superintendent William C. Malone recalls his year in Afghanistan in his 2018 tell-all book
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In his 2018 book Cops in Kabul: A Newfoundland Peacekeeper in Afghanistan, retired RCMP Superintendent William C. Malone gives a thrilling personal account of his time in Kabul, Afghanistan, where he was stationed

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’74 was a time in the history of Newfoundland and Labrador that can best be described as one of transition. Confederation was only 25 years old. As such, we Newfoundlanders were still becoming accustomed to the idea of being Canadians, something so many of us still grapple with to this

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