Essays on the Jewish Communist Movement in the English-Speaking World in the Twentieth Century
Matthew B. Hoffman and Dr. Henry Srebrnik, eds
A Vanished Ideology: Essays on the Jewish Communist Movement in the English-Speaking World in the Twentieth Century, a collection of essays co-edited by Matthew B. Hoffman and the University of Prince Edward Island’s Dr. Henry Srebrnik, examines the politics read more ››
A Six Day Hike Along the 150 km International Appalachian Trail In PEI, Canada
Bryson Guptill, Island Trails
Where is the Appalachian Trail in PEI?” When Bryson Guptill, the Past President of Island Trails, saw this question on the Island Trails Facebook page he wanted to find out. First, he and fellow Board member Susan Norton mapped the trail and posted it to Facebook. Then they set out to read more ››
Sometimes it’s hard to be a woman,” sang Tammy Wynette in 1969. Michel Tremblay’s innovative 1968 theatrical black comedy Les Belles-soeurs expressed a similar sentiment more sweepingly and bitingly, arguing it’s pretty much always hard to be a woman—at least as embodied by the ladies of Tremblay’s 1960s working class Montreal.
PEI author Jaime Lee Mann launched the fourth book in the popular “Legend of Rhyme” series recently at Indigo Charlottetown.
Middle-grade fantasy author Jaime Lee Mann started writing down the bedtime stories she told her daughters when she realized they couldn't get enough of the tales. Now she is preparing for the release of the fourth title in the beloved “Legend of Rhyme” read more ››
Every morning, artist Sandy Kowalik wakes up to read a quotation from Jeanette Winterson painted on her bedroom wall: “Whatever it is that pulls the pin, that hurls you past the boundaries of your own life into a brief and total beauty, even for a moment, it is enough.”
Sandy says, “I have always had a more diffuse focus than a burning focus on what I do. I read more ››