The Bluenosers' Book of Slang: How To Talk Nova Scotian by Vernon Oickle - PDF free download eBook
Vernon Oickle lives in Liverpool, Nova Scotia. He studied journalism in Lethbridge, Alberta and upon his graduation in 1982, he...
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Details of The Bluenosers' Book of Slang: How To Talk Nova Scotian
- Exact title of the book
- The Bluenosers' Book of Slang: How To Talk Nova Scotian
- Book author
- Vernon Oickle
- Book edition
- Number of pages
- 128 pages
- July 23rd 2018 by MacIntyre Purcell Publishing
- File size (in PDF)
- 512 kB
Some brief overview of book
Vernon Oickle lives in Liverpool, Nova Scotia. He studied journalism in Lethbridge, Alberta and upon his graduation in 1982, he returned to his hometown to begin his newspaper career. Since then, Vernon has won many regional, national and international awards for writing and photography.
In 2012, he won the International Society of Weekly Newspaper Editors’ Golden Quill Award for best editorial writing, becoming only the third Canadian and the first Nova Scotian to win this honour since it was first presented in 1961. Today, he is the editor of the nationally award-winning newspaper, The Lunenburg County Progress Bulletin in Bridgewater. Since October 1995 he has been writing the popular and award winning column, The Editor’s Diary.
Helping to shape and influence public opinion on a wide range of topics that over time, his writing increasingly touches a populist nerve by airing topics important to his readers. In addition to being an award winning journalist and editor, Vernon is the author of 18 books, many of which collect and preserve the heritage and culture of Atlantic Canada. In 2010 he launched a series of novels that get their names from a Maritime folklore rhyme about seven crows.