Here are a few of the folks we have helped:
2021. Auth. Thompson, Dutch. Bygone Days II. Acorn Press. In progress.
2021. Auth. MacDonald, Fred. A Tale of Two Fiddlers: The Early Days of Sports and Life in Charlottetown. Acorn Press. 175 pp.
2021. Wang, Yingwei Phd. TSINC: “A Plagiarism-resistant Online Testing Method.” 14 pp.
2020. Muise, Jackie. Island Girl: a Memoir of Growing up in PEI. 50 pp.
2019. Auth. Thompson, Dutch. Bygone Days: Folklore, Traditions & Toenails. Acorn Press. 200 pp.
2019. Auth. Chaves, Kelly K. PhD. Saltwater Sovereigns to Landlocked Subjects: The European and Colonial Takeover of Indigenous Maritime Space in New England and Atlantic Canada, 1550-1775. Dissertation. Winner of 2020 Governor General’s Gold medal award for the best inter-disciplinary doctoral dissertation at UNB.
2019. Auth. Reeves, Roxanne PhD. “I am the Accidental Doctor.” Conference Presentation.
2018. Town of Stratford, PE. ‘We Will Remember Them’: Stratford Heroes of the First World War.” Edit, research, proofread, typeset, print. (200 pp)
2018. Auth. Nicole Spence. Somewhere North of Where I Was. Memoir. Charlottetown: Acorn Press, 2019. (280 pp)
2018. Auth. Simone Webster-Stahel. “The Nexus Between Ecosystem Health and Human Health: A Case Study of the Island of Dominica.” MA Thesis, UPEI (2018) (264 pp)
2017. Auth. Margôt Maddison-MacFadyen. “Reclaiming Histories of Enslavement from the Maritime Atlantic: The History of Mary Prince.” PhD Dissertation. Memorial U. 2017. (318 pp)
2016. Auth. D. Scott MacDonald. From Humble Beginnings: A History of the Credit Union Movement on Prince Edward Island 1936-2016. Acorn Press: 2016. Re-write/edit. (280 pp)
2016. Auth. Janet MacIntyre. “Newly-Graduated Baccalaureate Registered Nurses, the 21st Century Health Care Environment and Mapping the Landscape for Curricular Change.” PhD Dissertation, UPEI 2016. (473 pp)
2015. Auth. Wang, Ying Wei, PhD. Cloud-dew architecture: realizing the potential of distributed database systems in unreliable networks.” (16 pp).)
2015. Auth. Wang, Ying Wei, PhD. “The integration of SaaS and SaaP: cloud-dew architecture.” 12 pp).
2015. Auth. Ilse Weber. Dancing on a Powder Keg. Edit of English translation from German. Trans. Michal Schwartz. Bunim and Bannigan Press.
2014. Auth. Yoko Araki, PhD. “The Gothic in Contemporary Short Fiction from Nova Scotia.” Japanese Review of Canadian Literature. V. 22, 2014. (pp. 31-47)
2014. Town of Stratford, PE. ‘We Will Remember Them’: Stratford Heroes of the First World War. Edit, research, proofread. (120 pp).
2014. Auth. Wang, Ying Wei, PhD. “Cloud Dew Architecture.” (30 pp).
2014. Auth. Var. Essays. A Bold Vision: Women Leaders Imagining Canada’s Future. Anthology based on conference papers. Women’s Network PEI and PEI Council on the Status of Women. (304 pp)
Lakhal, Salem Y., and H’Mida Souad. “Author the Red-Med Railway Project a Serious Competitor to the Suez Canal for Cargo Containers?” Independent Journal of Management & Production, Vol 8, Iss 3, Pp 898-917 (2017).
2014. Auth. Salem Lakhals, Phd. “Drivers of a Resilient Supply Chain” (16 pp).
Lakhal, Salem Y. “Morsi’s Failure in Egypt: The Impact of Energy-Supply Chains.” Middle East Policy, no. 3, 2014, p. 134.
2014. Auth. Barbara P. Parsons. Beula Kettlehole and the Patriarchal Ice. Reissue by Bunim and Bannigan in 2016. Orig. New York: Writers’ Club Press, 2000. Fiction. (240 pp)
2009. Lakhal, Salem Y., et al. “An “Olympic” Framework for a Green Decommissioning of an Offshore Oil Platform.” Ocean and Coastal Management, vol. 52, 01 Jan. 2009, pp. 113-123.
2008. Auth. Salem Lakhals, PhD. “An Investigation of the Social Impact and Feasibility of a Green Roof in Moncton’s University Campus (Canada)” (21 pp)
2007. Auth. Salem Lakhals, PhD. Editorial: Special Issue on: “The governance of International Technology Transfer: a special focus on partners’ imbalanced power.” (4 pp)
2006. Jamshidi, Reza, Dirk Jaeger, Nosratola Raafatnia, and Masoud Tabari. “Influence of Two Ground-Based Skidding Systems on Soil Compaction Under Different Slope and Gradient Conditions.” International Journal of Forest Engineering 19.1 (2008). (8 pp)
2006. Auth. Salem Lakhals, PhD. “Green Supply Chain Parameters for Companies in the Lumber Industry.” (13 pp)
2006. Auth. Salem Lakhals, PhD. “A Model for Assessing the Greenness Effort in a Supply Chain.” (22 pp)