Tag Archives: Richard Russo

Cash Mob for Longfellow Books

There is little writers love more than their local bookstores. For many of us in Maine, one of our favorite “locals,” no matter where in the state we live, is Longfellow Books in Portland. Long a vital resource for readers … Continue reading

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A Place Called Maine

Hey all. Gerry Boyle here. And I wasn’t sure what I was going to write about today until I was reading the newspaper last week and saw a drug bust—bags of Oxycodone, stolen handguns, felons with outstanding warrants. That’s no … Continue reading

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Baby, Meet Bathwater

Hello again from Sarah Graves, thinking today about this morning’s headline: “Richard Russo boycotts e-books.” Well, of course he is doing no such thing. He’s simply decided to publish one book, a collaboration with his daughter and son-in-law called Interventions, … 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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