Jim Krosschell worked in science publishing for 30 years, starting as a 29-year-old production assistant, avoiding the real world until then by grad school, Peace Corps, travel and TESOL teaching. He has mostly retired now, writing nonfiction and a blog http://onesmansmaine.blogspot.com, and dividing his time between Newton, MA and Owls Head, ME. His essays about Maine and other topics are published, or forthcoming, in Louisville Review, Southeast Review, Contrary, Saranac Review, North Dakota Quarterly, Southern Indiana Review, and others.
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Saving Maine: A Personal Gazetteer
by Jim Krosschell
Saving Maine combines history and fact about this unique state with personal commentary and nature appreciation and a deep commitment to a Maine way of life. Conservation is fragile now,under assault by developers and financiers; Maine is a place we must keep looming large, both in reality and in imagination. This book, therefore, is a personal geography, a manual for dreamers.
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