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From Away II

Hi. Barb here. Recently, Kaitlyn Dunnett wrote about whether you can write a Maine cozy mystery without ever visiting Maine. The answer is, apparently you can, but… On the Maine Crime Writers blog, we’ve all come to Maine in different … Continue reading

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What Makes a Mainer? By Julia Spencer-Fleming

I’m writing this from Bouchercon, the World Mystery Convention, an annual event that moves from the west coast, to the middle of the country, to the east in a three-year cycle. This year, it’s taking place in Albany, NY, a … Continue reading

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Why Maine?

As we come to the end of another Maine summer, and another wave of people “from away” have discovered how special Maine can be, we were talking among ourselves about what drew/draws us to Maine, and what it makes it … Continue reading

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From Away

Hi.  Barb here. I went to hear Patty Larkin last Wednesday night.  I’ve always loved her character-based song, “Helen,” even though Helen has some not so flattering things to say about people “from away.” Several of us on the blog … Continue reading

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