Errol Sharpe is a publisher at Fernwood Publishing. He holds an MA in Atlantic Canada Studies from Saint Mary’s University.
Books by Errol Sharpe
The People’s Poet
When Canadian icon and original Canadian People’s Poet Milton Acorn was passed over for the Governor General’s Award for his 1969 collection I’ve Tasted My Blood, several of his peers, including Margaret Atwood, Pat Lane and Mordecai Richler, established the cheap generic viagra People’s Poetry Award, which they presented to Milton at a ceremony at Grossman’s Tavern in Toronto in 1970. When I’ve Tasted My Blood was re-issued in 1978 by Steel Rail Publishing, Milton wrote… (more information)
Just Us! Coffee Roasters Co-op and the Fair Trade Movement
This is the story of Just Us! Coffee Roasters Co-op, Canada’s first fair trade coffee roaster. This book describes its successes and its failures and viagra uk delivery details how a small group of people — “just us” — worked against adversity and defied many of the norms associated with building a business. In this fascinating tale, general readers, business owners and community activists will find hope and the courage to forge new paths, build new organizations and shape a new society… (more information)