Magazine Items 1951–2008

Bibliography

2008 (6)

MacDonald, Scott. “The Death of L.M. Montgomery.” Quill & Quire, December 2008, 8.

Curtis, Wayne. “Land of Green Gables.” The Atlantic, October 2008, 119–21.

Giguère, Lise. “48 Hours: Prince Edward Island / 48 heures à l’Île-du-Prince-Édouard.” VIA Destinations, August–September 2008, 40–43.

Setoodeh, Ramin. “It’s Still Not Easy Being Green: ‘Anne of Green Gables’ Turns 100 This Year, but She’s the Most Modern Girl in the Bookstore.” Newsweek, 28 July 2008, 49–50.

Gammel, Irene. “Looking for Anne.” The Beaver, April–May 2008, 14–15.

Grittani-Livingston, Megan. “Anne is in the Air.” Quill & Quire, January–February 2008, 46.

2004 (1)

Duffy, Dennis. “The Robber Baron of Canadian Literature.” Literary Review of Canada (Toronto, ON), April 2004, 20–22.

2003 (1)

Butler, Paul. “Paul Butler Speculates on the Symbiosis between Novelist Lucy Maud Montgomery and the Enduring Fictional Character She Created—Anne Shirley.” The Beaver, June–July 2003, 48–49.

2002 (1)

Brouse, Cynthia. “The Maud Squad.” Saturday Night (Toronto, ON), September 2002, 32–34, 36, 39–40.

Also in The L.M. Montgomery Reader, Volume 2: A Critical Heritage, edited by Benjamin Lefebvre, 291–304. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2014.

2000 (2)

Congram, John. “Remembering Lucy Maud: Lucy Maud Montgomery’s Only Surviving Housekeeper Recalls Life with Canada’s Most Famous Presbyterian Author.” Presbyterian Record, 10 November 2000, 19–20.

Maclean’s (Toronto, ON). “The Lonely Diarist: Lucy Maud Montgomery.” 4 September 2000, 30.

1999 (1)

Ellis, Sarah. “News from the North.” Horn Book Magazine, September-October 1999, 663-66.

Also in Children’s Literature Review 91, edited by Scot Peacock, 148–50. Detroit: Gale, 2004.

1998 (3)

Dawson, Catherine. “Scotchbroth.” TV Guide, 17 October 1998, 15–17.

Corliss, Richard. “Emily and Her Family.” Time, 12 January 1998, 58.

Dawson, Catherine. “Island Girl.” TV Guide, 3 January 1998, 9–10.

1997 (3)

Gwyn, Sandra. “The Emily Effect.” Elm Street (Toronto), November–December 1997, 71–72, 74, 76, 78, 80.

Also in The Lucy Maud Montgomery Album, compiled by Kevin McCabe, edited by Alexandra Heilbron, 495–99. Toronto: Fitzhenry and Whiteside, 1999.

Doucet, Jane. “New Moon Rising.” Elm Street (Toronto), November–December 1997, 22–24, 26, 28, 30.

Oppel, Kenneth. “The Best Canadian Kids Book of All Time.” Quill and Quire (Toronto, ON), October 1997, 1, 15–16.

1996 (4)

Kelly, Brendan. “Prince Edward Welcomes ‘Emily.'” Variety Television, 19–25 August 1996, 33.

Vlessing, Etan. “‘Emily’ TV Series Walks Path of ‘Green Gables.'” The Hollywood Reporter, 12 August 1996 [pagination unknown].

Trillin, Calvin. “Anne of Red Hair: What Do the Japanese See in Anne of Green Gables?” The New Yorker (New York, NY), 5 August 1996, 56, 58–61.

Also in L.M. Montgomery and Canadian Culture, edited by Irene Gammel and Elizabeth Epperly, 213–21. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1999.

Also in The Lucy Maud Montgomery Album, compiled by Kevin McCabe, edited by Alexandra Heilbron, 441–46. Markham, ON: Fitzhenry and Whiteside, 1999.

Knelman, Martin. “Mickey on the Road to Avonlea.” Financial Post Magazine (Toronto, ON), March 1996, 22–26, 28.

1992 (2)

Colin, Molly. “It All Began with Anne.” Publishers Weekly, 19 October 1992, 27–28.

Gray, Jay. “Green Gables Lives.” Junior Bookshelf 56, no. 5 (1992): 184–86.

Also in Children’s Literature Review 91, edited by Scot Peacock, 126–27. Detroit: Gale, 2004.

1991 (1)

Davidson, Lars. “On the Road to Avonlea…the Island Footage.” The Atlantic Advocate (Fredericton, NB), March 1991, 9–10.

1990 (5)

TV Guide. “TV Teletype.” 3 November 1990, n. pag.

Macfee, Holly. “Drawing Out the Innocent.” The Disney Channel Magazine, March–April 1990, 18–22.

Turbide, Diane. “Anne’s Home Town.” Maclean’s (Toronto, ON), 8 January 1990, 42.

TV Guide. “Family Hour.” 6 January 1990, 16–17.

Fisher, Jennifer. “Life After Anne.” TV Guide, 6 January 1990, 16–17.

1989 (1)

Corelli, Rae. “Anger on the Island.” Maclean’s (Toronto, ON), 10 July 1989, 40.

1988 (1)

Wood, Chris. “A Tale of Twin Spinsters.” Maclean’s (Toronto, ON), 15 February 1988, 59.

1987 (4)

Garvie, Maureen. “A Tale of Two Books.” The Kingston Whig–Standard Magazine (Kingston, ON), 26 December 1987, 20–21.

Johnson, Brian D. “Anne of Green Gables Grows Up.” Maclean’s (Toronto, ON), 7 December 1987, 46–50.

Follows, Megan. “I’m Already Starting to Miss Her.” TV Guide, 5 December 1987, 6–15.

Abley, Mark. “The Girl She Never Was.” Saturday Night (Toronto, ON), November 1987, 52, 54, 56, 58–59.

1986 (1)

Weale, David. “‘No Scope for Imagination’: Another Side of Anne of Green Gables.” The Island Magazine 20 (Fall–Winter 1986): 3–8.

1985 (3)

Mackay, Gillian. “Bringing a Classic to the Screen.” Maclean’s (Toronto, ON), 2 December 1985, 78.

Fisher, Jennifer. “A Messenger of Optimism and Sunshine.” TV Guide, 30 November 1985, 4–12.

Hall, Lucie. “The Stubbornness of Kevin Sullivan.” Cinema Canada, October 1985, 8–11.

1981 (1)

“Dear Anne with an ‘E’: Montgomery Diaries Come to Guelph.” Guelph University News Bulletin 25, no. 38 (1981): 1.

1977 (1)

Bolger, Francis W.P. “Lucy Maud’s Island.” The Island Magazine 2, no. 1 (Spring–Summer 1977): 4–10.

1975 (3)

Waller, Adrian. “Lucy Maud of Green Gables.” Reader’s Digest (Canadian edition), December 1975, 38–43.

Holtz, Patricia. “Lucy Maud’s Album.” The Canadian Magazine, 6 September 1975, n. pag.

Read, Robert W. “Writing for Children in Canada.” Canadian Author & Bookman, Summer 1975, 9–10.

1973 (2)

Gillen, Mollie. “Maud Montgomery: The Girl Who Wrote Green Gables.” Chatelaine (Toronto, ON), July 1973, 40–41, 52–55, 58.

Allen, Antonia. “Not for Grandmas: 20 Canadian Juveniles.” Saturday Night (Toronto, ON), January 1973, 33–34.

1969 (1)

Fitzpatrick, Helen. “Anne’s First Sixty Years.” Canadian Author & Bookman and Canadian Poetry 44, no. 3 (Spring 1969): 5–7, 13.

1951 (1)

Sclanders, Ian. “Lucy of Green Gables.” Maclean’s Magazine (Toronto, ON), 15 December 1951, 12–13, 33–36.

Also in Maclean’s Canada: Portrait of a Country, edited by Leslie F. Hannon, 188-92. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1960.