Author talk, concert at Lincolnville library
Lincolnville — Author Mark Tufo will be guest speaker and Meteroa will perform at the Lincolnville Community Library’s first fall presentation for 2013. The evening is set for Wednesday, Oct. 16, beginning 7 p.m. at Lincolnville Community Library, corner of Main Street/Route 173 and Heal Road in Lincolnville Center.
The Boston-born Tufo attended UMass Amherst, where he obtained a bachelor of arts degree. He later joined the U.S. Marine Corps. After his tour, he went into the human resources field with a worldwide financial institution, and he has gone back to college at Colorado Technical University to complete his master’ degree.
Tufo wrote the first installment of the Indian Hill Trilogy in college and it sat in his garage until July 2009, when he published it as a Kindle book. He has since created the Zombie Fallout series and is working on a new zombie book. Tufo lives in Swanville with his wife, three kids and two English bulldogs. For news on the next two books in the Indian Hill trilogy and upcoming installments of the Zombie Fallout series, visit marktufo.com or zombiefallout.blogspot.com or his Facebook page.
The Midcoast’s Meteora leaves no musical stone unturned. Their collaboration began during the winter of 2011 with a concert performance at the Old Triangle in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, where they were invited to stay and become Canadian citizens but, alas, needed to return home as the paperwork was daunting and their instruments drew way too much attention at U.S. Customs. Since then they have begun their own recording project while playing at venues between Portland and the Penobscot Bay area. Tight three-part harmonies and varied instrumental arrangements are their musical signature.
Advance reserved tickets are $10. To reserve tickets or for more information, call Rosey Gerry at 975-5432.
Courier Publications’ A&E Editor Dagney C. Ernest can be reached at (207) 594-4401, ext. 115; or firstname.lastname@example.org.