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Tue, 23 Oct 2018 14:04:03 -0400
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The Maine Studies Program at the University of Maine is pleased to invite
Maine readers (and librarians) to the third installment of our popular
speaker series, "Framing Maine: Conversations with Storytellers and
Imagemakers from the Pine Tree State." In this event, on Thursday, November
8th, three authors will explore Maine as a setting and inspiration for
their work.

*Please note the special offer for Maine library staff and volunteers
described below!*

*Event Details*
Title: "An Eye for Detail: Readings from Paul Doiron and Kristen Lindquist,
with a Q&A with Monica Wood" (Framing Maine 3)
Date: Thursday, November 8, 2018
Time: Reception 6-7 PM, Talk & Q&A 7-9 PM
Location: Miller's Cafe, CCA (Reception); Minsky Recital Hall (event)
Cost: Free, but pre-registration required.
Information and tickets:
Contact Info: [log in to unmask] or 207-581-1840.

"An Eye for Detail" will feature Camden husband-and-wife authors Paul
Doiron and Kristen Lindquist reading selections from their work. They will
be joined onstage by their friend Monica Wood for a Q&A about how Maine
places and people are featured in their writings, from Paul's crime novels
to Kristen's poems and essays.

Live music will accompany Paul and Kristen during their readings, provided
by Susan Ramsey and Ruth Fogg. Susan and Ruth regularly play their violin,
guitar and cello music alongside poet Paul Corrigan of Millinocket,
although this is their first time with Paul and Kristen.

The event will include a free reception at Miller's Cafe of the Collins
Center for the Arts from 6-7, followed by the reading and Q&A at Minsky
Recital Hall from 7-9 pm. A book signing will follow the event; a selection
of books will be available for purchase.

The UMaine Bookstore is also offering a special promotion for this event:
with any book purchased from these authors, buyers receive a coffee mug of
their choice plus other small gifts. The bookstore closes at 5:00 pm on the
day of the event, but will have the authors' books available for several
days before and after November 8th.

Tickets to this event are free, thanks to the support of several generous
sponsors. However, pre-registration is required due to limited seating and
reception space. For more information and to reserve your tickets, go to

SPECIAL OFFER FOR MAINE LIBRARIES: We support local libraries and want to
show our thanks to those who make them possible. *Any Maine library staff
or volunteer who attends this event (and lets us know while there) will
receive a limited edition 11x17 event poster on heavy paper, suitable for
framing. Any MLA member (active or retired; includes Personal and Library
Memberships) who attends can also select one of our recent books from the
Maine Folklife Center as our gift.*

*Fine print: one poster and/or book per person; limited to supplies at
hand; must pick up items at the event.*

If anyone wants a pdf version of our full-color flier for printing and
posting, please email your request to [log in to unmask] If you would like
printed fliers and postcards for your library, please email your mailing
address to us as well. We are not on the van service, but will send a
publicity package first-class mail.

Thanks, and I hope to see you at this event!

Kreg Ettenger

We would like to thank the following sponsors and partners for their
support of Framing Maine: Bangor Savings Bank, the UMaine Cultural
Affairs/Distinguished Lecture Series, McGillicuddy Humanities Center, Maine
Folklife Center, UMaine Alumni Association, Stephen E. King Chair in

Kreg T. Ettenger
Director, Maine Folklife Center & Maine Studies Program
Associate Professor of Anthropology
University of Maine
5773 South Stevens Hall
Orono, ME 04469-5773
Phone: 207-581-1840