Category Archives: The Blythes Are Quoted
In honour of Remembrance Day, two recent blog entries have appeared discussing L.M. Montgomery’s depiction of the Great War in Rilla of Ingleside and The Blythes Are Quoted. First, Christine Chettle discusses Walter Blythe’s poems “The Piper” and “The Aftermath” … Continue reading
In a journal entry dated March 1910, Montgomery mentioned that she had recently received a copy of the Swedish translation of Anne of Green Gables, which she found “interesting as a curiosity,” not because of the translated text but because … Continue reading
The Polish translation of The Blythes Are Quoted – Ania z Wyspy Księcia Edwarda [literally, Anne of Prince Edward Island] – will be published in June 2011 by Wydawnictwo Literackie! For more information, see the publisher’s listing.
The Online College website has published a post called “50 Iconic Writers Who Were Repeatedly Rejected,” with links to detailed reports of the early struggles of a number of writers ranging from J.K. Rowling to Dr. Seuss to Stephen King. … Continue reading
The Blythes Are Quoted has been recommended as one of eight “Gifts for Your Bookworm” in Toronto’s Metro News! Read the full post. Visit the book’s official website. Visit the book’s official Facebook page.
There is now additional content related to The Blythes Are Quoted and Rilla of Ingleside on the L.M. Montgomery Research Group website: check it out here! More will be added in early 2011.
I’ll be signing copies of Rilla of Ingleside and The Blythes Are Quoted as part of the Lucy Maud Montgomery Christmas in Norval, at Crawford’s Bakery, from 1:30 to 3:00 on Saturday, November 27, 2010. Hope to see you there!
The Blythes Are Quoted is now available as a Kindle e-book through Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk!
Published today are the paperback version of my edition of L.M. Montgomery’s rediscovered final book, The Blythes Are Quoted, and a restored and annotated edition of Montgomery’s First World War novel, Rilla of Ingleside, edited in collaboration with Andrea McKenzie. … Continue reading