- Ray Guy
If the early 1970s marked the beginning of the Cultural Renaissance and Political Revolution in Newfoundland, then Ray Guy was its John the Baptist. - Greg Malone
An incredible collection of 150+ columns and articles written by Guy, an award-winning journalist, between 1971 and 1978.
This is the second in a series that began with Ray Guy: The Revolutionary Years.Revolutionary Years- Paperback19.95 CAD420 pages
- Marjorie DoyleIntroduction by Shelagh Rogers, host of CBC Radio's The Next Chapter
A Doyle Reader is a lively collection of personal memories and commentaries from well-known Newfoundland writer and broadcaster Marjorie Doyle. Musings on growing up in St. John’s and pointed commentary on Newfoundland’s Confederation with Canada. Writings on the province’s culture, heritage, and music. A travelogue of an English teacher abroad. Connecting them all is Doyle’s distinctive voice: patriotic, passionate, and relentlessly funny.A Doyle Reader -Paperback17.95 CAD200 pages, 5.5" x 7.5"
- Edward A. Jones
Edward A. Jones spent decades sampling and lovingly collecting salt cod recipes from around the world. The result is Salt Cod Cuisine: The International Table, a remarkable collection of 250 step-by-step salt cod recipes that celebrates salt cod and its place in world history and culture. Learn to salt your own cod, roast it over an open fire, or pair it with unexpected ingredients for any meal of the day. Illustrated with sumptuous full-colour photographs and original artwork, Salt Cod Cuisine offers everything from the latest exotic tastes to beautifully simple comfort good. A treasure for any food lover.Salt Cod Cuisine - Paperback39.95 CAD320 pages, 10" x 9"
- Wade Kearley
A spectacular, brilliantly illustrated celebration of 52 fish species that live in the rich waters of the Northwest Atlantic Ocean. Today, overfishing and a changing ocean environment threaten many fish stocks. Yet despite the many ongoing challenges, the fishery remains central to the economic well being of North America. It is also at the core of cultural identity—from Newfoundland and Labrador to the U.S. Eastern Seaboard. Here’s the Catch explores what could be lost or gained from this historic resource in the coming years—depending on our actions.
By author Wade Kearley, with a foreword by renowned fisheries scientist Dr. George Rose.Here's the Catch- Flexibound46.95 CAD168 pages