LYDIA CAMPBELL

Sketches of Labrador Life Lydia Campbell was born in 1818, and died in 1905. According to the foreword by Tony Williamson in the 1980 printing of her memoirs, Lydia Campbell’s writings represent the first published writings of a native Labrador resident. She was the direct descendant of one of the earliest European settlers in Hamilton …

JOHN CARDOULIS

A Friendly Invasion all When John Cardoulis became part of the American military establishment, first as a civilian firefighting instructor and then as a member of the armed forces, he had no way of knowing just how long and intensive that association would become. The son of a Newfoundland-American union, he was always aware of …

WALTER CARTER

Never A Dull Moment Walter Carter has had a rather interesting career in politics. First elected to municipal politics as deputy mayor of St. John’s, he quickly made the transition to provincial politics as a Liberal. After a stint as an MHA in Newfoundland, he fell out with then premier Smallwood, and went to Ottawa …

G.J. CASEY

Tempered Days Associate Professor in the Department of English Language and Literature at the Memorial University of Newfoundland, George Casey specializes in teaching courses in literature and folklore of Ireland and Newfoundland. He is also the supervisor for the Newfoundland Studies Programme and has published in both Irish and Newfoundland studies.

BOYD CHUBBS

Poems From the Burnt Woods Boyd Chubbs, from L’Anse Au Clair, Labrador, is a poet, visual artist and musician. He has completed a body of works including The Figure in the Headland, poems broadcast on CBC Stereo; Spanish in the Harbour, a recording of original guitar compositions; Effusions, a body of work co-authored with Steven Goudie; and is …