Longlisted for the Center for Fiction’s 2022 First Novel Prize, Megan Gilliss’s debut novel that takes place on a Maine island is rife with tension.
On publishing unpublished authors, what it means to de-tokenize an anthology, and a plethora of (unplanned) Maine connections.
Lynn Steger Strong’s latest novel proves that love is a family’s greatest resource.
In Maine-based health and science journalist Chelsea Conaboy’s new book "Mother Brain," Conaboy compares a parent’s brain to a marshland in flux.
Jennifer Finney Boylan on moving to the Pine Tree State, publicly transitioning, and the radical act of storytelling.