Quill and Quire


By Shelagh Lynn Supeene

Waterloo author Shelagh Lynne Supeene’s debut children’s novel My Name Is Mitch takes an affably humorous, discerning look at some of the problems of growing up: classroom bullies, learning difficulties, and family conflict. Her novel ... Read More »

October 16, 2003

By Pam Withers

Jake Evans is a teen with the deck stacked against him: his dad took off without an explanation, Jake struggles in school, and the only way he can afford the expense of kayaking – his ... Read More »

October 16, 2003

By L.M. Falcone

When 13-year-old Joey McDermot is sent to Newfoundland to spend Christmas with his recently widowed aunt, he goes under protest. Aunt Corinne has no television and, grief-stricken over the drowning of her husband, she isn’t ... Read More »

October 16, 2003

By Mary Dalton

Newfoundland poet Mary Dalton’s third book is so profoundly regional in its Maritime idiom and attitude that it actually transcends patois to a surprising extent and manages to be a universal pleasure to read. The ... Read More »

October 16, 2003 | Filed under: Fiction: Novels

By Brian Bartlett

Wanting the Day, the seventh collection of poetry from East Coast poet, lecturer, and essayist Brian Bartlett, gleans some of the best poems from Bartlett’s six earlier collections to create an intense volume of selected ... Read More »

October 16, 2003 | Filed under: Poetry