Saturday, June 28, 2014

new titles - late June

Some new titles as we head into the summer season here at Gulf of Maine Books:

from Maine Authors:
Orion Rising - the collected poems of Maine poet, educator, veteran and founding member of Veterans for Peace - with a cover painting of Doug by Robert Shetterly, from his Americans Who Tell The Truth series -
River Talk - a collection of short stories from the mill towns, hills and river valleys of western Maine by Maine author and educator C B Anderson. She will be signing books as a part of the August Brunswick Art Walk, August 8, 6-7 PM.
The House With Sixteen Handmade Doors - A Tale of Architectural Choice and Craftmanship - by Henry Petroski, with photos by Catherine Petroski. "An architectural whodunit that unlocks the secrets of a had built home" in Arrowsic.
Of Sea and Cloud - a novel of lobstering families and community by Jon Kellar, who has spent the last two decades in eastern Maine, lobstering, digging clams, and writing.
A Wolf Called Romeo - Maine native/Colby grad Nick Jans tells the true story of a six year friendship between a wild, oddly gentle black wolf and the people and dogs of Juneau, Alaska see a trailer for the book here
from elsewhere:
I Am The Beggar of the World - Landays from Contemporary Afghanistan - a collection of contemporary 2 line poems from the women of Pakistan and Afghanistan, collected and translated by Eliza Griswold. se a video here
Dark. Sweet. New and Selected Poems by Linda Hogan.
Men Explain Things to Me - Rebecca Solnit
Geoff Dyer's new non-fiction title - Another Great Day At Sea - Life aboard the aircraft carrier USS George H W Bush
New in paperback:
Massacre Pond by Paul Doiron
The Circle by Dave Eggers
The Signature of All Things by Elizabeth Gilbert
The Lowland by Jhumpa Lahiri
Trans Atlantic by Colum McCann
The Boys in the Boat by Daniel James Brown
Lawrence in Arabia by Scott Anderson
One Summer by Bill Bryson


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