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Saqamaw Mi’sel Joe and Sheila O’Neill combine talents to reclaim and share the true story of Sylvester Joe, a guide named ‘My Indian’ by explorer William Cormack
Chief Mi’Sel Joe, the District Traditional Chief of Miawpukek First Nation since 1983 and the man considered the Spiritual Chief of the Mi’kmaq

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Accomplished novelist and history nerd Michelle Butler Hallett is back in The Newfoundland Herald’s spotlight with her latest historical thriller published by Goose Lane Editions, Constant Nobody
In 2016, Butler released This Marlowe. The gripping account of English playwright Christopher Marlowe’s last months of life before being brutally murdered under

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Bestselling author and distinguished broadcast journalist Linden MacIntyre shares how he’s always been connected to the province of his birth
Linden MacIntyre has much to celebrate. Besides a 40-year career as one of Canada’s most accomplished broadcast and investigative journalists, he’s also a bestselling author.  
His first novel, The

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Bestselling award-winning crime author Helen C. Escott gets real about where her passion  for writing comes from 
 
The book Operation Trafficked, fourth in the ‘Operation’ series, is getting lots of attention. In fact, it’s the first book Costco picked up from Newfoundland for sale in their Atlantic region. 
What

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Bernardine Ann Teráz Stapleton’s latest book Girly Muckle and the Queer Hands is an exceptionally well-written novel about embracing the journey of self-discovery, set in a world of mythological and folkloric beings
If ever there was a place that embraced all aspects of the supernatural, mythology, and folklore, Newfoundland and

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Newfoundland has long attracted its fair share of celebrities to our shores. Back in 1985, the legendary Tina Turner knew our rock was the best place from which to launch her rockin’ What’s Love Got To Do With It North American tour. The love-in from the A-listers has grown since. 

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A fixture of Newfoundland and Labrador’s media landscape, Jim Furlong reflects on his life in the industry in this candid one-on-one sitdown with The Herald
 
Jim Furlong eases back in his chair during a sitdown in his office on a predictably wet and grey weekday in St. John’s. “When

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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

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