The L.M. Montgomery and Reading Conference is almost here and the LMMI will be updating you live from the conference, live tweeting highlights of papers, readings and much more. You can follow @LMMI_PEI and the hashtag #LMMI2018 for the lastest news.
Introducing #LMMI2018 Social Media Team who will be helping me next week!
Growing up on a family farm on the north shores of Prince Edward Island, Brenton Dickieson returned home with his family in 2005 to write and teach. He is a faculty member at UPEI and Signum University, while he writes a PhD in C.S. Lewis' narrative spirituality. He writes the popular faith, fiction, and fantasy blog, www.aPilgrimInNarnia.com.
Caroline Jones has been reading Montgomery for several decades. Her special interests in Montgomery studies include home and mothering. She teaches composition and American Lit at Austin Community College, and lives in Austin, Texas, with 1 human, 4 cats, and 4 turtles. Follow her @Caroline_E_
Audrey Loiselle holds a B.A. in French studies from Concordia University in Montréal and works as a translator for the Government of Canada in Ottawa. Mother of two chatterboxes, she remains the compulsive reader of Montgomery’s works in their original and French versions that she became some 25 years ago. Follow her @audreyloiselle
Michaela Wipond is a fourth-year Honours English student with a double minor in History and Theatre Studies at the University of Prince Edward Island. She is the recipient of UPEI’s inaugural Avery Award and will be speaking at the L.M. Montgomery Institute’s 13th Biennial Conference in June. Twitter/Instagram: @michaelawipond