About Author: kme

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  • As a previous instructor in children’s and YA literature, I today received an announcement from Oxford UP that the 4th edition of Patricia Demers From Instruction to Delight, one of the cornerstones of studies in the development of children’s literature as a genre, has just been released. While […]

    From Instruction to Delight, 4th edition, by Patricia Demers

    As a previous instructor in children’s and YA literature, I today received an announcement from Oxford UP that the 4th edition of Patricia Demers From Instruction to Delight, one of the cornerstones of studies in the development of children’s literature as a genre, has just been released. While […]

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  • The connections seem infinite… Deb Martens, a fellow Canadian living in London, maintains a blog about Canadian Writers Abroad. She has posted a link to Michelle Smith’s review of Ann-Marie MacDonald’s Adult Onset (2014). I thought I would share it with you all, given Michelle’s work (with Faye […]

    Incidental news from Glasgow and London

    The connections seem infinite… Deb Martens, a fellow Canadian living in London, maintains a blog about Canadian Writers Abroad. She has posted a link to Michelle Smith’s review of Ann-Marie MacDonald’s Adult Onset (2014). I thought I would share it with you all, given Michelle’s work (with Faye […]

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  • Adventures in Research Opus 4 Martha Craig’s Story of Reincarnation     Days after his death, an article in the North Bay Nugget revealed the true identity of writer, lecturer and conservationist Grey Owl (Archie Belaney) (1888-1938). While Grey Owl publicly identified himself as the son of an […]

    3 August 2015: Adventures in Research Opus 4 (written by Lindsey Bannister)

    Adventures in Research Opus 4 Martha Craig’s Story of Reincarnation     Days after his death, an article in the North Bay Nugget revealed the true identity of writer, lecturer and conservationist Grey Owl (Archie Belaney) (1888-1938). While Grey Owl publicly identified himself as the son of an […]

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  • Last month (16-18 February 2015), the Islandora Camp BC 2015 was held here in Vancouver, and I was lucky enough to attend and represent Canada’s Early Women Writers (CEWW) specifically and CWRC more broadly. My contribution was to highlight CWRC Writer as a custom application embedded in Islandora, […]

    Islandora Camp BC 2015

    Last month (16-18 February 2015), the Islandora Camp BC 2015 was held here in Vancouver, and I was lucky enough to attend and represent Canada’s Early Women Writers (CEWW) specifically and CWRC more broadly. My contribution was to highlight CWRC Writer as a custom application embedded in Islandora, […]

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  • Here at the Canada’s Early Women Writers project, we are compiling as comprehensive a list of early Canadian female authors as possible. One of the tasks we set our RAs is to go through Canadian periodicals from the 1800s and early 1900s and simply glean the names of […]

    “Index of Contributors to Crucible Magazine, 1932-1943”; or, Adventures in Research Opus 4

    Here at the Canada’s Early Women Writers project, we are compiling as comprehensive a list of early Canadian female authors as possible. One of the tasks we set our RAs is to go through Canadian periodicals from the 1800s and early 1900s and simply glean the names of […]

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  • This will not be as well written and informative as any of the recent postings, but a simple request for a few minutes of research assistance… Is there anyone at the University of New Brunswick Fredericton who would be willing to copy the list of authors out of […]

    Call for assistance

    This will not be as well written and informative as any of the recent postings, but a simple request for a few minutes of research assistance… Is there anyone at the University of New Brunswick Fredericton who would be willing to copy the list of authors out of […]

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  • Another mystery of authorship surrounds H. S. Caswell, author of three texts issued in the 1870s by John Lovell, the major Montreal publisher of the time: Stories and Sketches (1872); The Path of Duty and Other Stories (1874), also recorded as Clara Roscom; or, The Path of Duty, […]

    Adventures in Research, Opus 3

    Another mystery of authorship surrounds H. S. Caswell, author of three texts issued in the 1870s by John Lovell, the major Montreal publisher of the time: Stories and Sketches (1872); The Path of Duty and Other Stories (1874), also recorded as Clara Roscom; or, The Path of Duty, […]

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  • Mary Chapman, UBC, has just had published an article entitled “Finding Edith Eaton” in Legacy: A Journal of American Women Writers 29.2 (2012): 263-69. What is most wonderful is that her article is followed by a previously unavailable story by Eaton (writing as Sui Sin Far): “The Success […]

    1908 Sui Sin Far story republished

    Mary Chapman, UBC, has just had published an article entitled “Finding Edith Eaton” in Legacy: A Journal of American Women Writers 29.2 (2012): 263-69. What is most wonderful is that her article is followed by a previously unavailable story by Eaton (writing as Sui Sin Far): “The Success […]

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  • Adelaide Hunter Hoodless and Amelia Hunter Tennant This is a bit of a shaggy dog story, so I hope you will bear with me; the way it weaves in and out of past and present peoples’ lives brings me back to one of my favourite epigraphs, E. M. […]

    Adventures in Research, Opus 2

    Adelaide Hunter Hoodless and Amelia Hunter Tennant This is a bit of a shaggy dog story, so I hope you will bear with me; the way it weaves in and out of past and present peoples’ lives brings me back to one of my favourite epigraphs, E. M. […]

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  • This is just a very short note to bring attention to an interesting blog posted by a Canadian academic living in London, Debra Martens. Her blog is Canadian Writers Abroad, which tells you the topic… What is most interesting, I think, is the breadth of information and the […]

    Canadian Writers Abroad

    This is just a very short note to bring attention to an interesting blog posted by a Canadian academic living in London, Debra Martens. Her blog is Canadian Writers Abroad, which tells you the topic… What is most interesting, I think, is the breadth of information and the […]

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