For its 1996 International Women's Day exhibition, Eastern Edge Gallery invited ten Newfoundland women writers to create new literary work. Each work would be a response to the work of a female Newfoundland artist of the writer's choice.
What emerged was Signatures, which represents a broad field of ideas, perspectives and means of expression. It includes poetry, fiction, non-fiction and a diversity of art forms. As a collaboration, it is a true celebration of the visual and the literary, of voice and vision, and of creative interaction.