Fred Wien

Fred Wien holds a professor emeritus appointment at Dalhousie University. A former Director of the Maritime School of Social Work, he was seconded in the 1992 – 96 period to the Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples serving as Deputy Director of Research. He was appointed to the Order of Canada in 2015.

Richard Williams

Richard Williams is President of Praxis Research and Consulting Ltd., as well as the Research Director for the Canadian Council of Fish Harvesters. He is the Project Director for an ACOA-funded research and consultation project on labour supply and intergenerational succession challenges in the Atlantic Canada fish harvesting industry. From 2009?13, he served as Deputy […]

Maya Eichler

Maya Eichler holds the Canada Research Chair in Social Innovation and Community Engagement and is an Associate Professor of Political and Canadian Studies and Women’s Studies at Mount Saint Vincent University. She is also the director of the Centre for Social Innovation and Community Engagement in Military Affairs at Mount Saint Vincent University. Her current […]

Reina Green

Reina Green is an Associate Professor in the English Department at Mount Saint Vincent University where she teaches courses in early modern literature, including the drama of the period, and in contemporary Canadian drama. Her research reflects the range of her teaching and focuses on performance and the actor-audience relationship. One of her recent projects […]

Joanne (Wood) Lebold

Joanne (Wood) Lebold has been studying the life and works of L. M. Montgomery for over thirty-five years. A founding member of The Kindred Spirits Society of Hamilton in 1995, Joanne was also the editor of their newsletter, “The Road to L. M. Montgomery.” Joanne contributed three chapters to The Lucy Maud Montgomery Album (1999), […]

Marianne Ward
Lesley Choyce

Lesley Choyce is the author of 90 books. He runs Pottersfield Press and teaches at Dalhousie University. Choyce has won The Dartmouth Book Award, The Atlantic Poetry Prize and The Ann Connor Brimer Award and has been shortlisted for the Governor General’s Award for his writing.

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Thomas Hodd

Thomas Hodd is an Associate Professor of Canadian and Atlantic literature at Universit√© de Moncton. His essays and reviews have appeared in the Globe and Mail, the Literary Review of Canada, The Chronicle Herald, and the Toronto Star among others. His study of Charles G. D. Roberts’s writings on the First World War appeared recently […]