A Writer's Life Lost and Found on an Island in Maine

Vose virtual series chats with Maine author Robin Wood and ‘The Field House’

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Vose or Virtual Wednesday Series will be joined Wednesday, November 17, 2021, at 7 p.m., by Maine author Robin Wood. Wood will chat about her book: The Field House.

Robin Clifford Wood is an author, poet, blogger, and essayist. She has a BA from Yale, an MA in English from University of Rochester and an MFA in creative writing from University of Southern Maine's Stonecoast program.

Wood's writing has been featured in Port City Life magazine, Bangor Metro, Bangor Daily News, Maine Public Radio's "Music That Moves Me" series, The Maine Review, and Solstice Literary Magazine, which published her essay, "How Do You Help Your Parents Die." One of her poems won national recognition, and another was produced by Penobscot Theatre Company.

Wood lives in central Maine with her husband and an old dog named Clara.

The Field House: A Writer's Life Lost and Found on an Island in Maine is her first book.

Call (207-785-4733), email (librarian@voselibrary.org) or stop by Vose Library so staff can send you a Zoom registration link. This is a Zoom only event.

Vose Library is located at 392 Common Road in Union.

In-person events are subject to transition to fully virtual should COVID-19 impact our ability to meet in person.

Event Date: 

Wed, 11/17/2021 - 7:00pm

Event Location: 



392 Common Road
Union, ME 04862
United States