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Marlene Creates to launch book & photography at Paul Petro Contemporary Art

Marlene Creates launches "A Newfoundland Treasury of Terms for Ice and Snow"

Reception and book launch Friday May 1, 7-10 p.m. at Paul Petro Contemporary Art, 980 Queen St. W., Toronto

  • Geology of Nova Scotia

    Sandra Barr & Martha Hickman Hild

    A traveller’s guide to 48 sites of geologic interest in Nova Scotia. Maps, GPS waypoints, and travel directions make it easy for anyone to visit breathtaking, informative locations both on and off the beaten path. Together, these sites reveal the geological history of Nova Scotia. Colour photographs and accompanying descriptions capture the appeal and significance of the rocks at each site.

    Geology of Nova Scotia Field Guide
    34.95 CAD
  • Wildflowers of New Brunswick: Field Guide

    Todd Boland

    An authoritative guide to 700 native and introduced species of wildflowers in New Brunswick. A series of page tabs and icons, along with full colour photos, offers easy identification of wild plants.

    Wildflowers of New Brunswick: Field Guide
    34.95 CAD
  • Brickle, Nish and Knobbly: A Newfoundland Treasury of Terms for Ice and Snow

    Marlene Creates

    In this adaptation from Creates’s award-winning video, a series of photographs and a 40-part serial poem of a river’s seasonal changes are observed and recorded by means of 80 named varieties of ice, snow, and winter weather in the Newfoundland dialect. These terms are precise, practical, evocative, sonic, and lyrical.

    • Winner, 2014 Yosemite International Film Festival Grand Jury Prize (film adaptation)
    • Winner, 2015 Royal Reel Award at the Canada International Film Festival, Vancouver (film adaptation).

    Brickle, Nish and Knobbly: A Newfoundland Treasury of Terms for Ice and Snow
    35.00 CAD
  • Tartuffe: A Newfoundland Adaption, by Andy Jones

    Tartuffe: A Newfoundland Adaptation

    Andy Jones

    Molière’s comedy classic is ingeniously re-imagined in Andy Jones’ hilarious adaptation, set in 1930s Newfoundland. The original Tartuffe, by France’s most celebrated comic playwright, is set in seventeenth-century Parisian high society during the reign of King Louis XIV. Jones’ Tartuffe, set in the home of a wealthy fish merchant on the South Coast of Newfoundland, is a blazingly funny exploration of religious hypocrisy, with a unique Newfoundland twist.

    Tartuffe: A Newfoundland Adaptation
    19.95 CAD
  • Hikes of Eastern Newfoundland

    Hikes of Eastern Newfoundland

    Mary Smyth & Fred Hollingshurst

    From the 265-km award-winning East Coast Trail on the Avalon Peninsula to the Spurwink Trail along the cliffs near Trinity, or the Squid Jigger Trail on Change Islands, Hikes of Eastern Newfoundland is a must-have guide to the must-do walks and hikes of eastern Newfoundland.

    Suitable for hikers of all levels, this book offers an overview over 60 trails, including each trail’s length and difficulty rating, and tips on what to watch for along the way. Maps and GPS references will get you to the trailhead; full-colour photographs will get you excited about the path ahead.

    Hikes of Eastern Newfoundland
    24.95 CAD