Authors

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Angela Bowden

TEDx speaker, writer, and activist, Angela Bowden is a descendent of the stolen Africans sold through the Trans-Atlantic slave trade. Angela’s roots were preserved through the Black Loyalists arriving in Birchtown, migrating to Guysborough County, and later moving to New Glasgow, Nova Scotia, where she was born and raised.

Susan Flanagan

Susan Flanagan has worked as a freelance journalist for almost thirty years. Her writing has appeared in numerous publications, including Canadian Geographic, National Geographic (maps), Canadian Running, Atlantic Business, and Saltscapes. She has also worked in radio and television. Supermarket Baby, also forthcoming 2021, won the 2019 Fresh Fish Award. The Degrees of Barley Lick […]

David Adams Richards

David Adams Richards is an award-winning novelist, screenwriter, essayist, and poet, whose commitment to the Miramichi River valley and his province is reflected in his writing. Margo Wheaton is a New Brunswick-born poet now living in Halifax. She is the author of The Unlit Path Behind the House, which won the Canadian Authors’ Association Award.

Robert Munsch

Robert Munsch is a storyteller whose travels have taken him all over Canada and the USA. His popular books are enjoyed by children all over the world. Robert Munsch lives in Guelph, Ontario, Canada, with his family.

Classified

Classified has released 18 studio albums. In total his work has been streamed 150 million times. He has four platinum of 5X platinum singles. Classified has also joined forces with some of world’s most prominent MCs, including Snoop Dogg, B.O.B., Raekwon, Royce Da 5’9″, DJ Premier, Choclair, Maestro Fresh Wes and many others.

Lori Mayne

Lori Mayne is a writer, researcher, and editor, as well as a writing instructor at the University of Prince Edward Island. Her research and editing projects have included Owen Connolly: The Making of a Legacy 1820-2016.A former journalist, she won the Island Literary Award for creative non-fiction for a personal essay in 2012.

Kathryn Olmstead

Kathryn Olmstead is a former Bangor Daily News columnist and editor/ publisher of Echoes magazine, based in Caribou, Maine, which she co-founded in 1988. She served 25 years on the journalism faculty of the University of Maine in Orono, the last six as associate dean in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. Her writing […]

Angèle Delaunois

Angèle Delaunois is no stranger to the world of literature. Her books have been translated into English, Spanish, Catalan, Portugueseand Korean. With a precise and flowing style, she captures and shares feelings and emotions. Filled with curiosity, Angèle Delaunois’ books reach a vast audience, from pre-school readers to young adults. Several of her books have […]

Anna Crowley Redding

Anna Crowley Redding is an Emmy-award winning investigative journalist. The recipient of multiple Edward R. Murrow awards and recognized by the Associated Press for her reporting, Anna now focuses on digging up great stories for kids—which, as it turns out, is her true passion. She is the author of the young adult nonfiction titles, Google […]