L.M. Montgomery, writer of the universally beloved Anne of Green Gables, was born on the north shore of Prince Edward Island and raised in Cavendish where she lived until she married at age 36.
Anne of Green Gables has been translated into 15 different languages and put on film.
The story was inspired by the land, the sea and the people around her. It in turn has imparted an image of the Island that draws 350,000 visitors annually from around the world to Green Gables House.
The Anne of Green Gables Licensing Authority protects the integrity of the images of Anne, preserves and enhances the legacy of L.M. Montgomery and her literary works, and controls the use of Anne of Green Gables and related trademarks and official marks.
We have gathered here links to information about L.M. Montgomery and her work. The L.M. Montgomery Institute is another good source of Montgomery-related information.
L.M. Montgomery in Print
Written by L.M. Montgomery
- Fiction, short stories, poetry, non-fiction
- Picturing a Canadian Life: L. M. Montgomery's Personal Scrapbooks and Book Covers
Written about L.M. Montgomery
Lucy Maud Montgomery Interpreted