Journalism 1969-1987

(in reverse chronological order)


"That Wondrous Stuff Called Snow." New Brunswick WinterGuide '86, ed. David Folster. Sugar Island, N. B.: Sugar Island Writers, January 1986. P. 11.

 "Remembering Ted Daigle." New Brunswick Canadian Child and Youth Drama Association Provincial Newsletter 6:1 (Spring 1984), 26-28.

 "Spring Comes Under the Snow." Peter Gzowski's Spring Tonic, ed. Peter Gzowski. Edmonton: Hurtig, 1979. Pp. 167-168. [Reprinted, The Keswick Exchange, No. 1 (May 1981), pp. 6-7).]

 "Biological Warfare in New Brunswick." Weekend 26: 32 (August 7, 1976), [11] - [15].

 "The Case for Subsidized Canadian Research Journalism." [Reprint of "Ten Buffaloes and a Beaver: The Plight of Canadian Research Journalism."] Content (February 1975), pp. 10-11, 15-17.

 "Ten Buffaloes and a Beaver: The Plight of Canadian Research Journalism." Canadian Forum (July, 1974), 25-28.

 With Robert Campbell. "Oil, Logs, Minerals, Ships, Buses and the Media." Content (September 1973), pp. 2-12.

 With Robert Campbell. "The Man Who Made New Brunswick a Company Town." Saturday Night 88:8 (August 1973), 9-14.

 "East Looks West and South." In Publishing in Canada II: East Looks West [Dalhousie University Libraries and Dalhousie University School of Library Service Occasional Papers Series, No. 4.] Halifax: Dalhousie University School of Library Service, 1973. Pp. 37-63.

 "What is White on the Outside and Green on the Inside? A Frog Sandwich." The Mysterious East, No. 19 (Summer 1972), pp. 25-26.

 "Lorneville, New Brunswick: In Deep." The Mysterious East, 2:9 [Number 18] (Spring 1972), 17-20.

"First Person Singular: An Afternoon with John Shaw." [Profile.] The Mysterious East 2:8 (November 1971), 16-22.

 "NDP Duck." The Mysterious East, 2:8 (November 1971), 31-32.

 "E.S. Fellows Gets a New Boss." The Mysterious East, 2:3 (February 1971), 39.

 "Somebody Must Be Right." The Mysterious East, 2:1 (December 1970), 1-6.

 "Going to School in Digby." The Mysterious East, No. 2:1 (December 1970), 7-13.

 "How to Start Your Own School." The Mysterious East, 1:10 (September 1970), 17-19.

 "Learning About Learning." [Profile.] The Mysterious East 1:9 (August 1970): 22-25.

 "Happy Birthday, 'tit Louis." The Mysterious East, 1:8 (July 1970), 4-8.

 "We Live in Summerside and We're Fighting the Slumlords." The Mysterious East, 1:6 (May 1970), 19-21.

 "Heavy Drama: How Long Can This Cast Keep This Show Running?" The Myster ious East, 1:5 (April 1970), 27-28.

 "Support the Atlantic Symphony?" The Mysterious East, 1:5 (April 1970), 20-21.

 "We Live in Moncton and We're Getting the Runaround." The Mysterious East, 1:4 (February-March 1970), 8-98.

 "We Live in Charlottetown and We're Organizing." The Mysterious East, 1:4 (February-March 1970), 9-10.

 "Why Kids Don't Believe." The Mysterious East, 1:3 (January 1970), 20.

 "First Person Singular: The Miramichi Folk Song Festival." The Mysterious East, 1:1 (November 1969), 28-30.


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