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NTV anchor and respected journalist Glen Carter has signed a publishing contract with local company Flanker Press for his third published work, Soldier Boy, currently scheduled to hit bookshelves in September of 2018.
Soldier Boy is described by Carter himself on Twitter as “a novel of reincarnation, redemption and revenge.”

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Award-winning author and screenwriter Edward Riche unleashes hilarity with his latest published work
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Renowned local author Edward Riche is the first to admit that we Newfoundlanders and Labradorians have had quite the go of it. It’s no deep-buried covert secret. From not so prosperous times, to the haves becoming

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Educator turned author Patrick J. Collins seamlessly weaves fact and fiction, becoming one of our island’s most prolific authors of historical fiction
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Riverhead, Harbour Grace’s Patrick J. Collins has always harboured a deep curiosity, particularly when it comes to his home-region.
A retired educator who taught across the island,

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Former teacher turned acclaimed writer, Herbert F. Hopkins finishes his St. John’s trilogy
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Newfoundland and Labrador born author, Herbert F. Hopkins, will be celebrating the release of his third novel New Found Land on February the 4th. The launch party will take place at iconic The Ship Pub, located

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By: Krystyn Decker
Celebrating it’s ninth year at Memorial University of Newfoundland and Labrador is the annual SPARKS Literary Festival
The festival is unique to the city of St. John’s, and features an abundance of emerging and established writers from Newfoundland and all over the world, in a variety of

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By: Krystyn Decker
Innovative and inspiring entries from NL’s notable feminists
Fun, functional, and fierce—A Woman’s Almanac 2018 is a beautifully designed day planner and a daily source of insight and creativity. This year’s almanac is the second of what is hopefully an annual release by the St. John’s Status

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Adopting a dual role as author and musician, Alan Doyle releases his newest album A Week at the Warehouse and second published work A Newfoundlander in Canada
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From the boy on the bridge to the travelling troubadour, the life and career of Alan Doyle has been one filled with

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Known to the masses as the creator of the St. John’s Haunted Hike, author and folklorist Dale Jarvis discusses his latest collection of spine-tingling tales of Newfoundland and Labrador, Haunted Ground, in our latest Q&A.
Why does Newfoundland and Labrador consistently seem to be to be such a rich place

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Savagely talented author Wayne Johnston releases his latest creation, a novel in which the main character’s life parallels that of The Herald’s own founder, Geoffrey W. Stirling
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The last time The Herald caught up with Wayne Johnston was shortly after the release of  his brilliant novel, The Son of

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