Anyone up early tomorrow, I'll be on CBC Information Morning about 6:20 or so, talking to Don Connolly about my upcoming talks at two Halifax Library branches about a forgotten (and once best-selling) Maritime novelist — Evelyn Eaton. One of her novels was set at Louisbourg, a subject near and dear...
Anne Hart was born in Winnipeg, grew up in rural Nova Scotia, studied at Dalhousie (arts) and McGill (library science), worked for a year or two at a time in Halifax, London, England, and Kingston, Ontario, and has had the good fortune to live in St. John's, Newfoundland for many years. The Head of the Centre for Newfoundland Studies at Memorial University Library, she devoutly believes in tax credits for literary papers and public lending right for authors. Hart has three children.