Author Alex George spins a rollicking coming-of-age tale on the Maine coast.
When Martha Stewart told us one of her favorite reads was Chebacco, we took it as an excuse to shout out a few journals that no Maine-o-phile should miss.
In Catherine Armsden’s Dream House, an architect dissects her childhood home to make sense of her past.
Melissa Sweet’s new E.B. White biography is a (literally) colorful portrait of Maine’s most beloved writer.
Anna Noyes’ debut collection of short stories is full of graceful writing about terrible things.
South Portland native Steven Rowley authors a megabucks bestselling novel, Lily and the Octopus, about loneliness, loss, and man’s best friend.
Something’s gone missing in Nevada Barr’s latest Anna Pigeon mystery: Acadia National Park.
Maine author Colin Woodard continues his exploration of what unites and divides us.
A new book for young teens traces the life of Edna St. Vincent Millay.
It’s been seven decades since John Gould and E.B. White published their respective odes to rural living. But the two prolific Maine writers have inherited quite different legacies.
Piper Green lives a second grader’s ordinary life in an extraordinary place.