Monthly Archives: July 2016

From deer hunting to near-death experiences on the water, the Island Journal is fascinating

I’ve never seen the Island Journal before, but I will make sure I don’t miss any editions in the future. This glossy magazine, published by Island Institute, is full of compelling stories and lots of interesting information that celebrates island life and culture. This didn’t surprise me because I’ve been receiving the online version of […]

Widow-Maker will keep you up at night!

Paul Doiron is an awesome story teller, and no more so than in his new novel, Widow-Maker. And all of his novels have a bit more interest for those of us who love the outdoors, because his main character, Mike Bowditch, is a Maine game warden. Somehow Paul, former editor of Down East magazine, has […]