RED (number 18), due out in November, has marked the 100 year anniversary of the end of the first World War with an old WW1 photo on the front cover. Inside you’ll find several war-time stories, including “War Veterans That I Knew” by Kevin MacLeod, and “Dear Victor” by David Weale.
First time RED contributor, Airson MacDonald, tells about his experiences being born premature in “The One Pound Baby.” Doctors said he wouldn’t live past fourteen, but he surpassed that by quite a lot; he is now eighty-four years old.
Wayne McKinnon takes us back to the provincial election of 1927 and the fracas over prohibition in “Wets Versus Drys.”
Montgomery Gisborne shares a story about his great-great-grandfather, Frederic Newton Gisborne’s wife, Ellen, whose name graces Charlottetown’s Ellen’s Creek.