It never ceases to amaze me how Peaks Island attracts talent to itself as though it were a magnet, poised two miles offshore, lonely for companionship. The island deployed some form of […]
Author, cultural anthropologist, and science communicator. Running trails, chasing life, and conjuring the words to capture it all.
Most islanders and Maine residents know Jamie Hogan as a celebrated illustrator whose collaboration with Mitali Perkins, Rickshaw Girl, won a Jane Addams Children’s Book Award. They also have enjoyed reading her […]
One of the pleasures of blogging about Peaks Island authors is that I have the opportunity to write about talented neighbors. In the case of Chris Hoppin, until I moved in February, […]
Casting Off: Three Peaks Author Launch Their Books Tuesday, August 18th at 6:45 p.m. at the MacVane Community Center, Peaks Island Panelists: James Hayman, The Cutting, Christopher Hoppin, Same Date of Rank, […]
The first line of James Hayman’s debut thriller The Cutting reads “Fog can be a sudden thing on the Maine coast.” These days, fog is nearly a constant thing but that hasn’t […]
The Peaks Island Press is a blog about authors who live on Peaks Island off the coast of Portland, Maine. As a writer myself and a board member of the Friends of […]