Tag Archives: Maine authors

Maya’s Heritage

John Clark celebrating the publication of a really good young adult urban fantasy by my friend Laurie Graves. She’s guest blogged here a few times and many may remember her and husband Clif as the creators and publishers of Wolf … Continue reading

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FOML Good Time in Hallowell

Ask any Maine librarian how many hats they wear and invariably they’ll mention several. One of mine involves my role as former president and current treasurer of Friends of Maine Libraries-FOML. In the 21 years the organization has been in … Continue reading

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It’s Time for the 2013 Cabin Fever Game

Reprising the Cabin Fever Quiz   Pity those poor souls living in places like Arkansas and Mississippi, they’ve never experienced the unique phenomena known as Cabin Fever. If you’re a real Mainer or have lived here for any length of … Continue reading

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A Heartfelt Plea, Sort Of

In downeast Maine, the late autumn’s unaccustomed mildness has been good for some local tradespeople. It’s too chilly for outdoor house painting, but not for carpenters, roofers, or even excavators to hustle around comfortably, getting another job done and socking … Continue reading

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Stocking a Real Maine Bookshelf

Kate: What books might be found on a real Maine bookshelf? When I started pondering on this topic, I found myself drifting back to my childhood and remembering what books were on the shelves of the old Union farmhouse. Robert … Continue reading

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