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Monthly archives for March, 2011

Author! Author! Beverly Akerman

Author! Author!  Beverly Akerman

After over two decades in molecular genetics research, Beverly Akerman realized she’d been learning more and more about less and less. Skittish at the prospect of knowing everything about nothing, she turned, for solace, to writing. The results are impressive: She’s been nominated for the Pushcart Prize (fiction and nonfiction) and National Magazine Awards. Her […]

Author! Author! Rosalyn Cronin

Author! Author!   Rosalyn Cronin

Rosalyn Cronin is a Certified Management Accountant who loves to give people advice on business and personal money management. She has published her first book, The Healthy Business: Shape Up, Survive & Thrive. A Get-Fit Program for Small Business. While developing her writing skills for the book, Rosalyn started a professional writing career, with her […]

Author! Author! Valerie Compton

Author! Author!   Valerie Compton

Born and raised on Prince Edward Island, Valerie Compton now lives in Halifax, where she writes and teaches fiction writing. Her stories have appeared in numerous publications, including The New Quarterly, The Malahat Review, and Riddle Fence. Her articles and reviews have appeared in The Globe and Mail, The National Post, Gourmet Magazine, The Ottawa […]

Tales from Tortola … worth a smile

Tales from Tortola … worth a smile

There are some things in Tortola that make me smile every time I drive by. For starters, you have to understand that there are very few sidewalks here. In fact, I can only think of two places where they exist: Road Town and in a small portion of the East End. Understandable, as Road Town […]

Author! Author! Stan Taylor

Author! Author!   Stan Taylor

The book is not only a legacy to his life, but also it seems that Tom is continuing to do “good works” after his death by helping to raise funds for a charity. Comments? The book truly is a work of art and a celebration of Tom’s life. Initially, I thought the book was going […]

Tales from Tortola … boids

Tales from Tortola … boids

Eleven year ago when we were in Tortola, I took part in the annual Audubon Christmas Bird Count. Mind you, at the time, I didn’t know much about birds. Still don’t. But before I relate my tale,  here’s a bit of information about this annual event. Between December 14 and January 5, over 65,000 birders […]

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