A field guide to the Maine Coast: small town travel tips, interviews with poets, oyster farmers, and fishing guides; boatbuilding craft intel and literary history.
Inside Wildsam Maine Coast you'll find stories and legend from prize-winning writers, past and present: detailed road trip plans and profiles of idyllic towns; interviews with artists, oyster farms and bar owners; delightful ephemera from the archives, selective recommendations about authentic coastal Maine experiences, and a robust guide to boatbuilding tradition and practices.
"At a classic lobster shack, when the sun hits baywater and a lobster fleet or a schooner bobs offshore, generations of summer visitors sit there with you, taking it all in. Today’s Maine bows to none when it comes to life’s finer pleasures. Still, it’s Homer’s side of things–that collision of land and sea–that makes Maine not just a nice place but an invigorating land of mind and spirit."
128 pages, printed in the U.S.A.
Back-pocket size, 4 x 6.5 inches
Featuring more than a dozen local voices
Founder & Editor in Chief
Emma Lucille McCabe
Saisie Moore, Emily Schultz, Bill Mayher, Leah Dawson, David Grivette
Basha Burwell, Rachel Carson, Jaed Coffin, Susan Conley, Shawn Gorman, Luke Holden