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Mar.04.2013
http://artsake.massculturalcouncil.org/blog/artsake/index.php/2013/03/04/elizabeth-graver-how-does-place-impact-your-art/ In her 1956 essay, “Place in Fiction,” Eudora Welty writes about the underlying bond that connects all of the arts with place: “All [the arts] celebrate its mystery. Where does...
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Feb.15.2013
I wanted to portray a small place but go deep...
Early Reviews “A lovely family portrait: elegiac yet contemporary, formal yet intimate….Helen and Charlie’s difficult but enduring mother-son relationship is particularly moving, but every character is given his/her emotional due.” –Kirkus Reviews, starred review  “With a style and voice...
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Feb.03.2013
My new novel, The End of the Point, begins in 1942 and ends in 1999 and is set almost entirely in a summer community on a two-mile long spit of land on Massachusetts’ Buzzards Bay.   Inhabiting this story was, for me, an intricate and steady pleasure.  Some of the time, I became the...
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Feb.03.2013
My new novel, The End of the Point, begins in 1942 and ends in 1999 and is set almost entirely in a summer community on a two-mile long spit of land on Massachusetts’ Buzzards Bay.   Inhabiting this story was, for me, an intricate and steady pleasure.  Some of the time, I became the...
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