publisher / editor
Ernie has been a professional writer for over forty years. A former reporter and editor with the Lewiston Daily Sun and Bristol Press, he has studied fiction writing at the Vermont College of Fine Arts, the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, MA, Grubb Street in Boston, and the Truro Center for the Arts at Castle Hill in Truro, MA. In 2015, he was awarded a fiction writing residency by the Outer Cape Artists Residency Consortium.
Ernie also spent over thirty years as a civil rights lawyer and is the author of more than a dozen books in the field of employment discrimination law, including a treatise that is currently in its thirty-first edition. In addition to the Vermont College of Fine Arts, he attended Bates College and Antioch School of Law.
He moved to Lunenburg from Cape Cod with his wife, Annie, three cats and a dog, whom he spends his spare time walking; the dog that is, not the cats.
Annie fell in love with Atlantic Canada as a child reading Anne of Green Gables. Throughout her life, reading has provided Annie with an introduction to, and escapes into, other views and worlds. She is a graduate of Bates College and Antioch School of Law. Her eclectic background includes working with writers and visual artists at the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, MA, and the Truro Center for the Arts at Castle Hill in Truro, MA, in public schools, an AIDS support group, doing legal research and editing, archaeology and museum work, cooking and raising children and cats. Before moving to Lunenburg, Annie washed ashore at the tip of Cape Cod, Massachusetts.
Jayme has been designing and producing printed matter for arts, culture, and queer communities across Canada for the last eleven years. Her interest in language and typography has long influenced the paths she has followed as a designer, and in 2015, she received a Master of Design degree from NSCAD University where she focused on the ways typographic emphasis influence the content of printed matter. Following a decade of art school and working in the industry in Toronto, she spent a couple years living in Montreal; last summer she came to visit friends in Lunenburg and never left. She has a cat named Dandylion, who, despite all efforts, refuses to go on walks with her.