Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Lobster Coast makes the literary map

At the end of last month, the Maine Sunday Telegram and its library partners updated their Literary Map of Maine to include works of non-fiction. I'm happy to report that The Lobster Coast, my cultural history of coastal Maine, made the cut. (It's "mapped" to have taken place on Monhegan, which is probably as good a choice as any.)

Here's the Telegram's piece on the update, from their August 31 edition.

The Literary Map of Maine now has 100 works by Maine authors including Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, E.B. White, Harriet Beacher Snow, the Nearings, and Stephen King. (Now there's a fantasy cocktail party.)

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