NEW The Shining Scroll 2016
A new collection of short stories has been recently published:
AFTER MANY YEARS:
TWENTY-ONE “LONG-LOST” STORIES BY L. M. MONTGOMERY
Selected and Edited by Carolyn Strom Collins and Christy Woster
We are deeply saddened about the sudden loss of our L.M. Montgomery Literary Society dear friend, Christy Woster, on April 29, 2016. She was a vital part of all our activities and a joyous partner in a large network of friends in many Montgomery communities. She shared a passion for L.M.M. and Prince Edward Island which you can read about in many issues of The Shining Scroll; she was a founder and driving force for The Friends of the L.M. Montgomery Institute; she had one of the most complete and first-rate collections of L.M. Montgomery books and material; and she was a superb researcher who was a major contributor to a bibliography of LMM's short stories and poems (acquiring copies and original publications of many of them). We will always miss her bright companionship and share many happy memories with her family, especially mother, Penny, and daughters, Dr. Emily Woster, and Anne Woster. [more] [for Christy]
We’re going to be the best of friends, said Gilbert jubilantly. We were born to be good friends, Anne. You've thwarted destiny enough.
~~ Anne of Green Gables
Welcome to the site of
the L.M. Montgomery Literary Society
Please look through all the links here and join our Facebook and Twitter communities (links at top) for alerts for new content. Enjoy a video that features the cover art of first editions and early editions of Montgomery's Anne books from Canada, US, Australia, and the UK - music begins at 0:16
(read more about the Legacy Preservationists
listed at the beginning)
Quotes ! (and not quotes),
Perspectives on Montgomery's Death
Collecting Montgomery Books
(and The Good Fairy statue),
Novels and other work by LMM
Short Stories and Rea Wilmshurst
LMM's Life During World War 1
The Shining Scroll
The Birthplace of Anne of Green Gables:
Her Cavendish Home at
The Macneill Homestead
Friends of the LM Montgomery Institute
About the LMMLS
We usually refer to the author as Montgomery or LMM,
although many prefer to call her Maud.
She never used the name Lucy Maud or Lucy
(because Lucy was her grandmother's name,
with whom she lived for nearly 34 years).
We hope you will enjoy new knowledge about
L.M. Montgomery and how she created her stories! Please share with your kindred spirits!