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marianne ackerman

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Marianne grew up in Prince Edward County. She began her writing career as the Picton correspondent for the Kingston Whig-Standard. A long-time Montrealer, she has written a dozen plays, three novels and two collect ions of short stories. For the past four years, Marianne and her husband Gwyn Campbell have spent summers in the County restoring an ancient stone house on Victoria Road. They are looking forward to dustfree peace and quiet, hopefully in the not-too-distant future.

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There’s a moment over the holidays when the world stands still and the magic dust of the season descends on our old farmhouse. It’s on Christmas Eve when the boys – and I use the term loosely because... read more

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ED’S HOUSE: HONOURING THE JOURNEY
On behalf of Ed’s House, Northumberland Hospice Care Centre thank you for the wonderful article written by Cecilia Nasmith highlighting both Ed’s House, and the Bridge Hospice. The article raised awareness of local...…

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marianne ackerman

marianne ackermanMarianne grew up in Prince Edward County. She began her writing career as the Picton correspondent for the…

conrad beaubien

conrad beaubien

Conrad’s love of storytelling has engaged him in a life of the arts. A creator, writer and director of films…

bill slavin

bill slavinBill Slavin has illustrated over one hundred children’s books, fiction and nonfiction. Titles include Stanley’s Party