Slide Show Presentation, Q&A and Book Signing by Ken Textor
|Arts & Entertainment|
|Beyond The Sea|
|2526 Atlantic Hwy Lincolnville|
|May 31, 2014|
|1:00 PM - 3:00 PM|
In this presentation of the newly released The Hidden Coast of Maine, author Ken Textor will include a slide show and discuss aspects of putting the book together, share Q & A with the audience and sign books.
They say the coast of Maine would be almost 3,500 miles long if stretched straight. They say you can never see it all. Maybe they’re right. But Joe Devenney and Ken Textor have seen a lot of it, from the Isles of Shoals on the New Hampshire border to West Quoddy Head down east. Joe’s images and Ken’s musings will take you far and deep into this dramatic but elusive world.
• The Maine coast in all seasons and weathers, landward reaches to offshore islands. Photos that took Joe Devenney 37 years to compile. Insights that took Ken Textor 35 years to earn.
• Every photo in this book was taken from a vantage point you can reach by car or ferry—86 destinations, 200 vistas, and a thousand excursions into the life and natural history of a storied coast. An appendix offers directions to each place.
About the Author: Ken Textor has ranged the Maine coast by land and sea since the late 1970s. He is a contributing editor for Down East; Maine Boats, Homes, and Harbors; and Country Journal, and a columnist for the Maine Sunday Telegram and Popular Woodworker. Ken lives on Arrowsic Island, Maine.
About the Photographer: Joe Devenney has been photographing Maine since 1976 and has been a professional photographer since 1983, shooting on assignment for The New York Times, Audubon, and other clients. His photographs have appeared on the covers of Down East; Yankee; Maine Boats, Homes, and Harbors; and other publications, and have been published worldwide by National Geographic, Reader’s Digest, and the Sierra Club. Joe lives in Jefferson, Maine.
FMI: Email inquiries to Nanette, Info@BeyondTheSeaMaine.com phone 207-789-5555, or visit Facebook.com/BeyondTheSeaMaine