Tag Archives: Greenwich Village

Greenwich Village and Me

Lea Wait, here.  The first time I was in Greenwich Village I was 12, and a classmate’s mother had invited me to join her family and see a play in New York City. My mother agreed, not thinking to ask … Continue reading

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Poem From My Past

Lea Wait, here, thinking about writing I did (literally) years ago. I’d always wanted to be a writer. But when, in my early and mid twenties, I was living in a tiny walk-up in Greenwich Village (where else would a writer live?) … Continue reading

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The Style is in the Bag

from The Maine Festival of the Book               Lea Wait, here. Not usually your style correspondent. Admittedly, those of us who live in Maine have our own definition of style.  I’m not the first on … Continue reading

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Getting to Know Lea Wait

Jim Hayman: Mystery readers know Lea Wait as (perhaps?) the alter ego of Maggie Summer, the protagonist of Lea’s 5-book Shadows Antique Print Mystery Series, the most recent of which is Shadows of a Down East Summer. Maggie has an … Continue reading

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