Cheryl Bartlett pours her mother-love into countless students as a Professor at Cape Breton University. She most cherishes being in nature camping with friends, family and her three dogs.
Working as a graphic designer in a local stationery store for almost seven years designing custom stationery suites, Rebecca Dimock has become a driving force in the wedding invitation industry. She enjoys the challenges that come with making custom stationery and loves working with all the great inspiration clients bring. In addition to her graphic […]
Andrew Sprague is the food and restaurant writer for the Buzz in Charlottetown. He’s been a freelance writer and broadcaster for ten years and he is a founding member of the Prince Edward Island-based comedy group Sketch 22.
Tom Sheppard grew up in Wolfville and graduated from Acadia University. He taught political science at Acadia, had a career as school administrator, and currently is a writer. He and his wife live in Caledonia, Nova Scotia, near Kejimkujik National Park.
Drs. Lynn Butler-Kisber, John J. Guiney Yallop, Mary Stewart, and Sean Wiebe are Canadian education scholars who employ poetic inquiry in their work. Since the inception of the International Symposium on Poetic Inquiry in 2007, they have been an integral part of the international poetic inquiry community. Each has a keen interest and commitment to […]
Beth Weatherbee (author) is a teacher in New Brunswick’s Anglophone School District-East. Beth has a broad background in both music and drama; she has performed and volunteered for many years with Showcase Productions (Amherst, NS). Her first book, Bedda-bye Maritime Rhyme, was published in 2015 by Born to Read NB. Beth also wrote the music […]