You Might Be From New Brunswick If . . . is a delightful illustrated romp through the Picture Province. Native son and one of the best cartoonists in the country, Michael de Adder delivers his unique take on his home province, tickling the funny bone on every page. As de Adder proves, this is a province that is proud of who it is and likes nothing better than a good laugh.
About the authors
Michael de Adder was born in Moncton, New Brunswick. He studied art at Mount Allison University, where he received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in drawing and painting. After freelancing for a few years, he landed his first full-time cartooning job at the Halifax Daily News. After the Daily News folded in 2008, de Adder became the full-time cartooonist at New Brunswick News. He now freelances for the Halifax Chronicle Herald, the Toronto Star, and the Ottawa Hill Times. His work is syndicated throughout North America by Artizans.com. de Adder reaches millions of readers per week, making him one of the most read cartoonists in Canada.
Herménégilde Chiasson has been called "the spokesperson and conscience of the young Acadian poetry." His poetry has been nominated for and won the Governor General's Award and twice won the Prix France-Acadie. In 1990 the French government named him a Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres. Herménégilde Chiasson studied visual arts at Mount Allison University, Université de Moncton, and New York University, and received his PhD from the Sorbonne. He has produced some 15 films, written 20 plays, and exhibited his paintings and photographs in galleries in the Maritimes, Toronto, and internationally. In 2001, Chiasson was one of a select group of artists chosen to accompany Governor General Adrienne Clarkson to South America. This special state visit was organized to foster new cultural and social links between Canada, Chile and Argentina.