April 19, 2003

The Lobster Chronicles, Linda Greenlaw

Small-town fishing troubles, New England to boot; and the difficulty of finding a sweetheart when you see only a few of the merely forty people who live year-round where you do. Good plain rueful writing about a life I'm never going to try.

Also full of fishing economics and politics, with no suggestion of an Answer to it All.

ISBN: 0-7868-6677-2 So wrote clew in History (21st c.).

And thus wrote others:

i have been trying to get in touch with linda greenlaw. i just completed my 6 pack license with american boat school. i want to do some blue water sailing but read both books by ms. greenlaw for inspiration. also have a friend around the corner from her is isle au haut who has written an unusual circumnavigation story and would love to speak to her about editing, etc.
regards,
peggy silverstein


yclept: peggy silverstein at October 30, 2003 09:40 AM

i am trying to get in touch with linda greenlaw by email or website. i just completed my captain's 6 pack with american boat school and i am looking into some blue water sailing. i also have a friend who wrote a most unusual circumnavigation story and lives around the corner from her near isle au haut and needs some guidance with an editor, etc.
regards,
peggy silverstein


yclept: peggy silverstein at October 30, 2003 09:46 AM

ok previous comments


yclept: peggy silverstein at October 30, 2003 09:48 AM

go


yclept: at October 30, 2003 09:49 AM

Well, I'm only reviewing her book; I imagine that writing her in care of her publisher would work better.


yclept: clew at November 2, 2003 06:11 PM
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