Maine Festival of the Book

Podcast Tony Horowitz

Maine Festival of the Book Opening Night: Tony Horwitz on John Brown

Wonder what writers really think about? Get ready for a literary extravaganza! The Maine Festival of the Book, brought to you by Maine Reads, brings together writers and readers to enjoy readings, panel discussions, book signings and performances. With the exception of Opening Night and Youth Outreach, festival events are first-come, first-served with free, un-ticketed… Read more

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Podcast Maine Festival of the Book

Maine Festival of the Book Opening Night: Stewart O’Nan and Julia Glass

Wonder what writers really think about? Get ready for a literary extravaganza! The Maine Festival of the Book, brought to you by Maine Reads brings together writers and readers to enjoy readings, panel discussions, book signings, and performances. With the exception of Opening Night and Youth Outreach, festival events are first-come, first-served, un-ticketed seating, and… Read more

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Podcast Christopher Corbett

From Far East to Old West: True Tales of the American Frontier

Wonder what writers really think about? Get ready for a literary extravaganza! The Maine Festival of the Book, brought to you by Maine Reads brings together writers and readers to enjoy readings, panel discussions, book signings, and performances. With the exception of Opening Night and Youth Outreach, festival events are first-come, first-served, un-ticketed seating, and… Read more

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Podcast Melissa Coleman

There and Back: The Journey to Write a Memoir

Wonder what writers really think about? Get ready for a literary extravaganza! The Maine Festival of the Book, brought to you by Maine Reads brings together writers and readers to enjoy readings, panel discussions, book signings, and performances. With the exception of Opening Night and Youth Outreach, festival events are first-come, first-served, un-ticketed seating, and… Read more

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Podcast Wrestling a Book

Wrestling a Book Into the World

Wonder what writers really think about? Get ready for a literary extravaganza! The Maine Festival of the Book, brought to you by Maine Reads brings together writers and readers to enjoy readings, panel discussions, book signings, and performances. With the exception of Opening Night and Youth Outreach, festival events are first-come, first-served, un-ticketed seating, and… Read more

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Podcast Graphic novelist Nicole Chaison

There Are No New Stories: Nicole Chaison, Debra Spark and Elizabeth Searle

Wonder what writers really think about? Get ready for a literary extravaganza! The Maine Festival of the Book, brought to you by Maine Reads brings together writers and readers to enjoy readings, panel discussions, book signings, and performances. With the exception of Opening Night and Youth Outreach, festival events are first-come, first-served, un-ticketed seating, and… Read more

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Podcast Reawakening of Ayn Rand

The Reawakening of Ayn Rand, Anne C. Heller

Wonder what writers really think about? Get ready for a literary extravaganza! The Maine Festival of the Book, brought to you by Maine Reads brings together writers and readers to enjoy readings, panel discussions, book signings, and performances. With the exception of Opening Night and Youth Outreach, festival events are first-come, first-served, un-ticketed seating, and… Read more

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Podcast Rhea Côté Robbins

Franco-American Women’s Words in Maine, Rhea Cote Robbins

Wonder what writers really think about? Get ready for a literary extravaganza! The Maine Festival of the Book, brought to you by Maine Reads brings together writers and readers to enjoy readings, panel discussions, book signings, and performances.  With the exception of Opening Night and Youth Outreach, festival events are first-come, first-served, un-ticketed seating, and… Read more

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Podcast in the Garden with Jane Austen

Jane Austen’s Gardens

Kim Wilson is the Wisconsin-based author of two books: Tea with Jane Austen and In the Garden with Jane Austen. Her presentation at the Maine Festival of the Book, “Jane Austen’s Gardens: Love in the Shrubbery,” was beautifully illustrated by a slide show. The images are not captured by this audio recording, but her comments… Read more

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Podcast the Well Dressed Ape

Meeting of the Apes

In this three-part episode, two particularly quick-witted and talkative apes, Hannah Holmes (The Well-Dressed Ape) and Bill Roorbach (Temple Stream), address their collisions with the rest of the natural world. Roorbach’s recent work has taken him into the woods and fields behind his own house, a primitive but not always private domain. Holmes has turned… Read more

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Podcast Ann Hood

Ann Hood

Ann Hood is the author, most recently, of The Knitting Circle and Comfort: A Journey Through Grief. Both new books deal with the loss of her 5-year old daughter, one through fiction and one through memoir. In this talk, she compares the two approaches and recalls episodes—both tragic and very, very funny—from her life. Hood… Read more

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