From hosting and producing to delving into the literary world head on, we go one-on-one with Kathryn Taylor, diving into her debut novel Misty’s Misadventures
Kathryn Taylor knows the setup. She’s had her share of stints on the other side of the questioning. This time, though, Taylor is the author
Rising local artist and author Heather Nolan searches for answers of place and belonging in her collection of poetry Land of the Rock: Talamh and Carraig
What is place? And how do we find belonging in that place?
Multi-talented artist Heather Nolan searches for meaning in Land of The Rock:
Photographer and photo book author Dennis Minty releases his new eBook Slow Photography, Images with Intent showcasing a collection of photos that take on a more philosophical approach
To belong to a place is a gift. I have been blessed with a profound and abiding sense of belonging to Newfoundland,”
The Newfoundland Herald catches up with local author Candace Osmond to chat about her most recent published novel A Kingdom of Iron & Wine
Number one international and USA Today Bestselling Author Candace Osmond captivates her readers once again with her most recent book release, marking her 24th published novel,
Local author Darrell Duke asks if it’s better to have loved and lost than to never have loved at all in his latest passion project, Swept Away
There’s so much about writer Darrell Duke to admire. He’s passionate about nature, for one thing, and his friendship with a beluga this
With 80 years of living and an enviable career in the heat of things politically to bank on, former Port de Grave livyer Ray Andrews tells the tales that didn’t get away in his brilliant
tell-all, Something Fishy
Ray Andrews has led what most would consider an enviable life.
There was and will only ever be one Ray Guy. In his book, Ray Guy: Portrait of a Rebel, writer and friend Ron Crocker shares why that’s so
In Arnold’s cove, the town where Ray Guy was born and raised, friends, family and fans of the late writer and
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
Pam Pardy speaks with local author and musician Darrell Duke about his new work, ‘The Garden Gate’
Darrell Duke grew up listening to family stories.
“In 1941, the first American survey plane landed in Argentia Harbour. My grandfather told me about it and wrote about it. As
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.
Earl Pilgrim pens his sixth book
by J.M. Sullivan
“Now, it is a documented fact that over the years people have had dreams and visions of things happening far away. Ninety-nine per cent of the time these prophecies turned out to be nothing more than bouts of fantasy