News of Maine's Coast and Islands
Tom Sexton and his wife, Sharyn, drive from Alaska to Maine every other fall, spend the winter at their house in Eastport, then drive back to Alaska, where Tom worked more than 25 years as a poet and professor.
Rockefeller soon gave himself over to a dream of sailing around the world. An early stop was Cumberland Island, the southernmost of Georgia’s Golden Isles...
“When you read a poem with something going on in it, you get this shiver.” — Tom Moore
Those few minutes in his boat were so powerful that they challenged his assumptions about what’s real.
Soon he’s paying regular evening visits to the lithe, alcoholic 50-year-old widow…
Best Philbrook is one of the people featured in the Swan’s Island Historical Society’s new exhibit at the Burnt Coat Harbor Lighthouse, called “Maritime Women on Swan's Island.”
“The Vietnam War was a complete betrayal of the young men and women who fought in it,” writes Charles Kniffen.
A passion for place is the overarching theme of this engaging book.