R.E. Lieb

R.E. Lieb writes for the Canadian magazine, Rural Life.

Latest by R.E. Lieb in Chronicles

  • December 1988

    The Community Meeting

    I moved to a small island in Newfoundland's Placentia Bay. Newfoundland was settled mainly by fishermen from western England and from Ireland; to this day more than 80 percent of the population is of that origin.

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  • May 1987

    Smile When You Say 'Psychiatrist'

    I did not mean to harm anyone when I bought a Bachelor of Arts degree in Child Psychology for $100. I meant it to be a bitter joke on myself I was going to hang it up in my room, much as an important man might hang a Playboy cartoon on a wall in his home.

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