Susan Farrar was born in Massachusetts and lives now in Bethel, Maine. The self-proclaimed year-old lifelong learner began taking college courses in the s, earning her bachelors degree in theatre from the University of Southern Maine in She spent years traveling and studying dance before getting her degree. She owns and operates Spring Street Studio, a dance studio in Bethel. Carpenter was born on Oct.
After earning his B. A resident of Cornish, Maine, poet Tom Carper born March 11, taught poetry and creative writing for many years at the University of Southern Maine. Born in South Berwick on June 26, , Carroll grew up and lived most of her life in the house her grandfather built. English; honorary degree in That same year she married Herbert A. Carroll Bates '23; died , whose work in psychology took them to Massachusetts, Illinois, New York, and Minnesota, where Gladys Carroll began writing magazine articles and books.
She was homesick and eventually the couple returned to Maine, her husband teaching at the Univ. The Carrolls had two children, Warren and Sarah [Watson] She died on 1 April The Univ.
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Van de Wetering had been a motorcycle gang member in South Africa, a Zen disciple in Japan, and a volunteer police cop in Amsterdam. He was born in Rotterdam on 12 Feb. Although he didn't start publishing until he was in his 40s, Van de Wetering wrote over 35 books, including crime novels featuring two Dutch detectives, children's books, and non-fiction. Feigon, born Sept. He's also listed on the editorial board of The Journal of Contemporary China.
He made a documentary film about Mao, titled The Passion of Mao.
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She was a high school English teacher in Glen Burnie and Annapolis, Maryland, and continued teaching during the early years of her writing career. Voigt's first book was published in The idea for the book came to her when she saw several children waiting by themselves in a car. Although she was working on a novel that would later be published as Building Blocks , she put it aside and began writing Homecoming , the story of the abandoned Tillerman children. When it was published, she received immediate favorable recognition from reviewers and quickly became and remains one of the most popular writers of young adult books.
In addition to her contemporary novels, Voigt has written several historical novels set in the middle ages Kingdom Series. The award, named after a noted Young Adult Services librarian, is given in recognition of a writer's collective work rather than a single book. Margaret Alexander Edwards Awards. Newbery Medal Awards. Maine Library Association Katahdin Award. A native of Augusta, Maine, Corrigan received his B. He has worked as a journalist and freelance writer, and was a literature instructor and the director of the Visiting Writer Series at the Maine School of Science and Mathematics in Limestone, Maine.
Corrigan has published poems, articles of academic non-fiction, and mysteries. Corrigan also writes a monthly column in Golf Today. She lives in Yarmouth, Maine. Moser Cabinetmakers. She has also been a board member of the Maine Graphic Arts Association. Walling has published several children's books. The first was born of her frustrating experiences as a child with dyslexia; the book helps children learn that there is a correlation between numbers, words and objects.
Her books are published by Abernathy Publishing House, which Walling founded in David Fickett lives with his wife and children in Winter Harbor, Maine. Fickett is a member of the Peninsula Writers Group in Gouldsboro. George S. Wasson, noted maritime painter and writer, was born in Groveland, Massachusetts. His father's family, however, was from the Penobscot Bay area. As a child, George spent most of his summers with his grandfather, 'Squire' David Wasson in Brooksville. When he was seventeen, his father, Rev.
He soon enrolled in the Art Academy, where he studied for three years. After his return to Massachusetts, he spent the summers sailing along the New England coast, sketching scenes he would later paint in his Boston studio.
In he and his wife and their two sons moved to a new home in Kittery Point, Maine. He remained there, painting and writing, until when he and his wife and their son's widow moved to Bangor. His short stories, many of which were first published in literary magazines, grew out of his great respect and friendship for his Kittery Point neighbors and his delight in their colorful expressions.
In fact, his writing is still praised for the authenticity of the coastal vernacular expressions. Maine author Lincoln Colcord q. The book, minus Colcord's detailed tables, was republished in He returned to Maine in and lives in Camden. He studied painting and illustration at the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth, graduating in with a BFA, after which he was an art director and cartoon editor of a magazine for teenagers.
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Lea Wait, who lives in Edgecomb, is the author of children's historical novels for kids ages , and a mystery series for adults starring antique print dealer Maggie Summer. She is also an antique prints dealer herself. Wait grew up in suburban New Jersey summering in Maine , was a drama and English major at Chatham College in Pittsburgh, PA, attended grad school at New York University, studying American civilization, and worked in corporate public relations. In her 20s and single, she adopted four girls from Korea, Thailand, Hong Kong and India all now grown , and she founded a support group for single adoptive parents; she is still on the board of the National Council for Single Adoptive Parents.
Although she died in her 40s, she was a prolific writer of children's and adult books, and she was the first woman to win the Newbery Medal, for Hitty: Her First Hundred Years Tristram Coffin. She was a regular columnist and the gardening editor for the Camden Herald ; she wrote the paper's From the Orange Mailbox column for over 20 years.
Clark's first career was as a school teacher specializing in language arts at Thomaston Junior High School. She was the mother of librarian John Clark and mystery novelist Kate Flora, who interviewed her mother in the Spring issue of Mystery Readers Journal. Debra Waterhouse, M. Steven L. He is a writer, photographer, and seasonal commercial lobsterman. He writes about his experiences as a diver and photographer.
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He spent 13 years in the Navy as a Diver First Class. During the Vietnam War, he was part of Underwater Demolition Team Thirteen and served as an camera operator and intelligence photographer. Since then, he has worked on a few television commercials and on one Discovery Channel Production called "Trap Day on Monhegan," in which he did a large portion of the underwater filming.
Originally from New York and with longstanding family ties to Maine, writer, poet, translator, editor, critic and teacher Annie Finch lives in Falmouth, Maine with husband Glen Brand, an environmental activist with the Sierra Club, and their children.
Previously, she was associate professor of English and member of the graduate faculty of the creative writing program at Miami University in Ohio. English from Yale in , an M. D from Stanford literature in She has collaborated on musical and theater productions including, with composer Deborah Drattell, the opera 'Marina: A Captive Spirit' based on the life of poet Marina Tsvetaeva , American Opera Productions.
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Born in Mt. He also wrote for many years for The New Yorker magazine. White published One Man's Meat , a book of essays on Maine life, from columns originally written for Harper's magazine. Born in Philadelphia on 28 Sept. In she moved with her family to Santa Barbara, Calif.
Wiggin in They moved to New York City in After her husband died in , Wiggin moved back to Hollis where she wrote the children's book Timothy's Quest and the adult novel The Village Watch-Tower She traveled widely and remarried in to George C. Riggs, a New York businessman.
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