Newfoundland author Marshall Godwin talks about Beothuk at library visit
Newfoundland and Labrador author Marshall Godwin signs a book following a reading at the Springdale Public Library.
Newfoundland author Marshall Godwin visited the Springdale Public Library recently for a reading from his Beothuk book series.
Godwin also poses the question, “Are they among us now?”
Born in Harbour Breton in a cottage hospital in 1954, Godwin grew up in Belloram and Harbour Breton. When he graduated from high school, he went to medical school at Memorial University. Godwin is currently retired as a doctor, but still does clinical work.
His recently published
novel, The Warm Place, is the third in a series of historical fiction novels about the Beothuk. Together the three books form what he calls “The Beothuk Series.”
Afterwards, Marshall presented the Springdale Public Library with copies of his book.
Audience members Mavis Mckay and Judy Burton chat with author Marshall Godwin after his reading at the library in Springdale.
Marshall Godwin presenting librarian Judy Hamilton with copies of his book for the Springdale Public Library.