News of Maine's Coast and Islands
Those few minutes in his boat were so powerful that they challenged his assumptions about what’s real.
The way this story gets told gives the reader many reasons to stick with it despite the potential for feeling worried.
The Library of America recruited the help of editor Sandra Steingraber in recently publishing a new retrospective on marine biologist Rachel Carson and her seminal role in jump-starting environmentalism...
Into the Raging Sea: Thirty-Three Mariners, One Megastorm, and the Sinking ofEl Faro
By Rachel Slade (HarperCollins, 2018)
Reviewed by Tina Cohen
“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.
This is a book you can read and re-read and never reach bottom.
By Tom Walsh
If you don’t know much—or even anything at all—about Rachel Carson, here’s your chance.