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REDquarters are settling into their new publishing cycle which is now three times a year (March/July/November). RED Magazine — Volume 17 — is in stores now and it is jam-packed with Island stories.
Norah Pendergast, a first time contributor to RED has written an essay about the dichotomous legacy of Sister Mary Henry, and in particular, controversial child adoption practices during her time with the Catholic Social Welfare Bureau.
RED regular John Quimby tells a story about his indoctrination into the cut-throat world of Auction 45s in Murray Harbour North.
Another RED first-timer, Will Beckett, tells the tale of his journey to Philadelphia PA to document the famous PEI Dimetrodon fossil for his web-series "Prehistoric PEI."
Stalwart RED contributor Michael Conway writes about one of his favorite Island characters, Father Clarence Roche, and a group of east-end Charlottetown kids under his guidance who learned to play baseball on a ‘trestle-mud’ field in the east end and went on to win a maritime championship.
Read these stories and more in the new issue.