Island Journal 2016 features stories about hunting on Frenchboro, lobster boat racing in Casco Bay, Eastport's rejuvenation, fiction, poems, and stunning photography and art. It's perfect for your coffee table, your ferry ride, or as a gift for anyone who loves the islands and coast. 

Island Institute members who give $100 or more annually receive a complimentary copy.

You can also purchase a copy for $14.95 at Archipelago, at 386 Main Street in Rockland, ME or online

Contents:
  • From the Helm: Leadership in the Age of Ambiguity
  • The Highliners Choice by Laurie Schreiber
  • Cornering the Island Fuel Market by Jennifer Van Allen
  • Acadia's Offshore Island by Abigail Curtis
  • Aquaculture's Next Wave by Nancy Griffin
  • Folio: David Vickery (oil paintings)
  • Ask an Islander: A Candid Conversation with Swan's Islands's Candis Joyce
  • Vinalhaven's Investment by Tom Groening
  • One Deer, Two Islands by Scott Sell
  • Babies on Board: Islands Celebrate Family Growth by Courtney Nabiloff
  • Folio: Katie Johnson (photographs)
  • Fiction: A Fluent Blue by Douglas W. Milliken, with Cat Bates
  • Not Aging, but Thriving in Place by Susan Q. Stranahan
  • Islands by the Numbers by Tom Groening
  • A Tale to Tell as told by Eugene Atwood
  • Race Day in Casco Bay by Tom Groening
  • Ask an Islander: Twice to the Island for Islesboro Teacher Jon Bolduc by Tom Groening
  • Widow's Island: A Curious Tale of Quarantine and Convalescence by Carl Little
  • Fire & Ice by Jlynn Frazier
  • Trading Sardines for Lupines by Rob McCall