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He published a short story, "Wasps," in , and his first novel, -- a horror tale about "a strange little village that has somehow gone adrift from the rest of the world" -- was published in print-on-demand format in In November , he and two partners opened the Blue Strawbery restaurant in Portsmouth, NH, and for 16 years Haller was co-owner and executive chef at the renowned and popular restaurant.

Since the early s, Haller has spent time working with the terminally and critically ill,and was a volunteer and board member of Seacoast Hospice of Exeter, New Hampshire; one of his books offers help for people whose appetites wane when going through serious illness.

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Haller has lectured on food and cooking and given classes to hospice patients and their families. Born in Vassalboro and an graduate of Colby, Holman Day was a poet, a novelist, and a filmmaker, as well as a correspondent for the Lewiston Sun for years. He produced over 25 books. Helen Hamlin was born and raised in Fort Kent among a family of game wardens. She attended Madawaska Training School and accepted her first teaching job at a remote lumber camp at Churchill Dam.

She met and married the local warden, Curly.

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Their early life together in the deep woods is the subject of her first book, which became a New York Times bestseller. After a second marriage to Dr. Robert Lennon, Hamlin left Maine to raise a family, study French and art, and travel the world. Hamlin received the outstanding alumnus award from the University of Maine-Fort Kent in She died in Minnesota in She has written children's books, illustrated by Maine artist and arts educator Sandra Dunn, who lives in Chelsea.

Born in Bailleul, Belgium on June 8, , of a Belgian mother who died soon after childbirth and a French father, Marguerite Yourcenar nee de Crayencour was a poet, historian, world traveller, translator, essayist, and critic. She had been visiting the U. Yourcenar also taught for a decade at Sarah Lawrence College, as professor of comparative literature from She received a Litt. Her first published work was financed when she was 16 by her non-conformist father, who was her tutor and confidant.

Her pen name was chosen then, an anagram of her surname. Yourcenar's novels' central figures are often men torn between duty and passion, with a focus on key moments in history. Yourcenar died on Dec. Tabitha Tabby King might be best known for being the wife of Stephen King, but she is also a novelist, photographer, community leader, and philanthropist.

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    We honor her activism in supporting reading and literacy programs for Mainers of all ages, her leadership and advocacy on behalf of institutions that bring the joy of learning to a wider public, and her powerful work as a writer. She and Stephen King run the Stephen and Tabitha King Foundation, which is well-known in Maine for its generosity to libraries and organizations involved with literacy, community services and the arts.

    Tabitha King has also been cited for her leadership of a capital campaign to renovate the Bangor Public Library and her role as a trustee of Maine Public Broadcasting. As a member of the Maine Humanities Council Board, she encouraged the Council to reach out to at-risk children, adult new readers, library patrons in rural communities, incarcerated men and women, the elderly and the disabled.

    She has two children with Maine author Richard Grant. Hand primarily writes novels and short stories but she is also the author of plays, comic books, and novelizations of film and television episodes. Hand has received many honors, including the Philip K. Woody Hanstein graduated from the University of Michigan in and received his J. He was was born in Pennsylvania in , and lived all over the United States before getting the chance to move to Maine in He is a former Navy JAG and state court prosecutor.

    He also teaches at the University of Maine at Farmington where, for 20 years, he has coached that college's rugby team. He also is the founder of the Smiling Goat Precision Juggling Corps, Maine's most celebrated troupe of marching jugglers. He has written several legal thrillers featuring small-town Maine lawyer Pete Morris.

    Sis Deans was born on Nov. She lives now on a farm in Gorham with her husband and three daughters.

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    She has worked in the Mercy Hospital operating room for many years. She also worked for nine years as an animal medical technician for veterinarians, and held jobs as a lifeguard, waitress, and writing instructor. Most of her books are for children and young adults. Robert Harnum was born in Maine and educated at the University of Maine.

    He opposed the war in Vietnam, emigrating to Canada where he pursued graduate and doctoral studies at the University of Toronto and Universite Laval. He simultaneously pursued a musical career. Marsden Hartley was one of America's most admired and respected modernist painters. Given the name of Edmund Hartley at birth, he assumed the name Marsden, his stepmother's last name, when he was in his early 20s.

    The youngest of nine children, Hartley was born in Lewiston, Maine. When he was eight, his mother died. Since the family had little money, he left school at an early age to work in a shoe factory. By he had moved to Cleveland where he rejoined his family who had moved there to seek better employment. Hartley, primarily self-taught, was a student for a short time at the Cleveland Art School. Hartley, through his association with several New York artists, met Alfred Stieglitz whose " Gallery" became one of the key art institutions of the early 20th century. With Stieglitz's assistance, Hartley traveled, studied, and painted in Paris and Germany from through He returned often to France and Germany in the 20s and 30s.

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