A.J.B. (John) Johnston is the author or co-author of thirteen books on different aspects of the history of Atlantic Canada and over 100 articles in scholarly journals, magazines and newspapers. The Canadian Historical Association awarded a Clio prize to his Endgame 1758: The Promise, the Glory and the Despair of Louisbourg’s Last Decade. John was […]
Abena Beloved Green (aka Roots ‘n’ Rhythm) is a 2017 Canadian Individual Poetry Slam finalist. She is the 2016 poetry prize winner of the Writer’s Federation of Nova Scotia’s Atlantic Writing Competition (now Nova Writes). Abena is a two-time Halifax Slam team member (2011 and 2016) and released her debut spoken word album Beloved in […]
Adrian Smith recently retired after thirty years of work in education, twenty-five of those years devoted to counseling and student services. He has previously written an e-book on family secrets and sexuality. These days, when he is not writing, you can mostly find him walking along the shores and trails of Prince Edward Island, generally […]
Alan Jeffers is a writer and former journalist now working in corporate communications. As a journalist, Alan was an editor and reporter with the Canadian Press wire service and Halifax Chronicle-Herald newspaper. Alan lives in Dallas, Texas.
Artist Alan Syliboy studied privately with Shirley Bear and attended the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, where 25 years later, he was invited to sit on the Board of Governors. Alan looks to the indigenous Mi’kmaw petroglyph tradition for inspiration and develops his own artistic vocabulary out of those forms. He lives in […]