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2000 - L.M. Montgomery & Popular Culture

The 4th Biennial Conference, L.M. Montgomery & Popular Culture featured more than 40 presenters whose presentations ranged from scholarly papers to personal reflections. Keynote speakers included,  L.M. Montgomery’s granddaughter, Kate Macdonald Butler, Juliet McMaster's "Imagining it Away: Hair Red, Black, and Nut-Brown," and Edie Zakem's magnificent hand-sewn quilt demonstrated her meticulous research in choosing the images that would best reflect Montgomery's writing and life. Collector Ron Cohen discussed Montgomery's books as artifacts.

Making Avonlea: L.M. Montgomery and Popular Culture (Ed. Irene Gammel) contains essays based on papers presented at this conference.