Dyan has a keen interest in technology and how it can be used to improve the experience of library users. She has been a librarian in three provinces and one state.
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Through her work, she has learned the value of collaboration, compromise and creativity. Jenny Benedict is in her ninth year as the Director of West Vancouver Memorial Library and is known for leading progressive and transformational change. She is most passionate about building a thriving reading community based on a collective vision for authors, publishers, independent booksellers and libraries.
Deportment , a book of selected poems, came out in November from Wilfrid Laurier University Press. Her work has also appeared in many chapbooks, broadsides, magazines, journals, and anthologies.
She has been a judge for various awards, and led workshops for children, teenagers, and adults. She co-owns an independent bookstore in Lunenburg called Lexicon Books. She has over fifteen years experience in publishing, in a variety of roles, at both trade and scholarly presses. Originally from Newfoundland, she spent a number of years in Toronto before coming home to stay in She lives in St.
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In April , Briony was hired as the Director of Arts Nova Scotia, the provincial funding agency for professional artists and arts organizations in Nova Scotia. Briony is currently pursuing a Masters in Public Administration at Dalhousie University bridging her experience and skills to further the advancement of the arts and culture in Nova Scotia in a public-sector context. She manages programs serving publishers, arts organizations, film producers and cultural industries. Lori Cheverie has worked for Bookmark for 29 years and has been manager for 19 of those years.
He is the president of Flanker Press, the largest trade book publishing firm in Newfoundland and Labrador, founded in and based in St. She is responsible for administering the Publishers Assistance Program, as well as other programs related to the arts sector. Libby is also the author of two novels and a collection of short stories.
She has served on a variety of book-related boards and book award juries, and runs several book clubs for children and teens. Julie Fairweather is the director responsible for the Canada Book Fund, a program that supports Canadian independent book publishers and industry associations to make Canadian-authored books available to readers everywhere. She holds a Ph.
Julie is a lover of Canadian books, and reads mostly in digital and audio formats. Cynthia Gatto has been a professional librarian at Halifax Public Libraries for nearly 30 years. As Collection Development Manager, she heads the team which selects materials, in all formats, for the use of library customers. Noah Genner has an extensive background in independent bookselling, software and business development. As the leader of BookNet Canada he orchestrates a skilled team of technical, policy oriented and client focused staff to provide new data management services and supply-chain initiatives to the Canadian publishing, library and book retail sectors.
Before working at BookNet Canada, Noah ran his own technology and software development consulting business, servicing a wide range of clients including book publishers and printers. Prior to that, Noah was Director of Software Development for consumer market research leader Compusense. Where he oversaw the development of a variety of software services used by numerous Fortune companies worldwide.
She is from Antigonish, Nova Scotia. In her younger years she ran her own research and communication business, trained as a graphic designer and then moved to the UK in , where she spent 16 years in London working for not-for-profits. She returned to her native Nova Scotia in late with her husband, with dreams of building a house in the countryside soon to be realized. Janet Harron is a communications professional and entrepreneur with extensive experience promoting creative projects build on sound insights and strategy.
Her career encompasses publishing, public relations and the Academy — from process to production, she makes things happen. JEFF R. After independently publishing his first novel of fiction, Grace Ungiven, Jeff R. A year-old St. He has started 5 companies and through them has helped a wide range of organizations from large corporations, educational institutions, tech startups, to over small and medium businesses retail and services on three continents. He has written a course for entrepreneurs on eCommerce for a Canadian University. He has taught creative writing at Memorial University, and his first collection of poetry, Gun Dogs , was published by Anansi.
He lives in St. Claudia Larochelle is an author The good girls plant flowers in the spring , The Canary Islands , I want a house made of emergency exits — Reflections on the life and work of Nelly Arcan , the youth series La doudou , etc. You can follow her on Facebook and Twitter: clolarochelle. He was honoured to be a jury member of the NLBA awards. Johns, Newfoundland. Since he has traveled all over Canada promoting his work as well as teaching seminars on writing and publishing.
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He also helps young Newfoundland authors become published through Engen Books. Dominique Lemieux is director of the Maison de la litterature and the Quebec City festival in full text. As a first wave graduate from the Dalhousie Commerce program to achieve a major in Entrepreneurship, his unique approach of change management and internal entrepreneurship has earned a reputation of bold thinking and innovation within traditional industries.
John MacIntyre is the former editor of the commercial fishing magazine, Atlantic Fisherman as well as two Halifax community magazines. He has written for newspapers and magazines across the country, including the Globe and Mail, Canadian Lawyer, Montreal Gazette and so on.
He has been writing a weekly statistics column called Figuratively Speaking for 30 years. He started MacIntyre Purcell Publishing 14 years ago. The company is based in Lunenburg and has produced books across the country and in the U.
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Mortebouse , please sign up. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Start your review of Mortebouse Lou! This was a wonderful story that had Lou and her mother traveling to Memaw's place to spend the summer away from the city.
Both Lou and her mother aren't too happy about it since it's in the countryside and supposed to be one of the most boring towns ever. But while staying in Memaw's house, Lou's Mom keeps in touch with Patrick, while Lou is down in the dumps from only getting a single undesirable postcard from her "Summertime Blues" is the second book in the popular "Lou" series by Julien Neel.
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But while staying in Memaw's house, Lou's Mom keeps in touch with Patrick, while Lou is down in the dumps from only getting a single undesirable postcard from her crush Tristan. Luckily, she finds friendship with another boy named Paul in town, and that gives Lou some incredible experiences for the summer that are sweet and humorous. It was great to see some of the recurring characters Mina, Patrick, Tristan, Memaw, the cat whose name changes every week along with some of the newer characters Paul, Memaw's next door neighboor, etc.
The artwork is colorful and vibrant, and I love the design of the characters. Wonderfully illustrated and narrated. Lou is definitely an awesome teen for new readers to follow. Mimun tarina jatkuu sarjakuvan kakkososassa. Oct 30, Lena rated it really liked it Shelves: graphic-novels , lol , ya-mg , contemporary-ya. This book is super cute, funny, and real. I liked it even better than book 1. Lou is a wonderful, funny, strong heroine.
Her friendship with Brian was my favorite thing about this book. He's such a dreamer, the perfect friend for practical Lou. Her mom is, as always, a flake. And more time with Memaw--still the best character, such a grump but with a heart of gold. Feb 25, Alice rated it really liked it.
This was fun! I had lost track of this series I read the first one ages ago , but now I want to see if there are more of them and get caught up. May 19, Saoirse rated it really liked it Shelves: bande-dessinee-manga-graphic-novel , read-in I enjoyed it! I loved the book as a difference to the first one. I liked how they added Paul.
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Mar 30, Jo rated it it was amazing. More of the same but this time Lou and her mom are missing there boyfriends. Lou,is still zany and cute, her mom is still emotional and childlike.
They are at Lou's grumpy grandmothers for the summer.