I’m delighted to share that my poem, “At Summer’s End,” has been published in the June 2020 edition of North of Oxford: “At Summer’s End.” The poem was inspired by a late summer day at Fort Foster on the coast of Kittery, Maine. My eye was caught by a bank of beach roses that didn’t … Continue reading #Poetry Publication: “At Summer’s End”
#BookReview: Leora’s Letters
I am very pleased to be featuring my review of Leora’s Letters, written by Joy Neal Kidney. I have been following Joy’s family history blog, Joy Neal Kidney – Family Family and local stories and history, favorite books, for a few years now, and I was thrilled to see the history of her mother’s family during World … Continue reading #BookReview: Leora’s Letters
What’s in a Genre?
Lately, I've been thinking a lot about genre. Several months ago, I began a genealogy/family history blog, "This Is Us: The Browns and the Moores, A Few Gauffreaus and Gustins" at http://genealogylizgauffreau.com. Much of the genealogical research has already been done by other family members, as well as research about the historical contexts in which … Continue reading What’s in a Genre?