Thomas Mark Szelog | A Q&A with Thomas Mark Szelog about the challenges of photographing at the riverside for his new book, 'By A Maine River: A Year of Looking Closely.'
Smithsonian lauds Down East's 'The Dump Man's Treasures'
Martha Stewart will promote Maine conservation efforts on the Nov. 18 episode of The Martha Stewart Show. Down East gifts audience with "Saving Maine: An Album of Conservation Success Stories."
A new book proves that vintage photos can tell not only what life in Maine was like in the past but help provide insight into the Maine way of life today.
Plenty! Meet the author and photographer of 'A Passion for Sea Glass' October 11 in Rockland.
Rebecca Harrison Reed and Jamie Spencer, illustrator and author of the new children's book The Train to Maine , spent some of their summer vacations on Maine's favorite trains
The awards promote New England authors and publishers who have produced a body of work that is a significant contribution to regional culture.
Tom Szelog spent a year photographing nature on his forested 70-acre property for his book, By a Maine River: A Year of Looking Closely
Essays from Maine authors about what it's like to live and write in Maine
Richard Russo's new book, A Healing Touch: True Stories of Life, Death, and Hospice, represents a departure for the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Empire Falls. This time he turns to non-fiction to win funds and attention for the cause of hospice volunteerism. Read more about Russo's career here.