Loren Coleman calls a new book by Strange Maine blogger and esotericist, Michelle Souilere, “a great and significant addition to the growing regional literature on the unknown…”
Coleman also notes that a 1-2 month estimated wait at Amazon.com, for the book, is likely incorrect.
Don’t despair, writes Coleman:
“…you can stop by the Green Hand Bookshop in Portland, Maine, and pick up a copy directly from the author, today. She’ll even autograph it. Or, if you are far away from Maine, you probably can order it from Amazon or your local bookstore, and have it next week, not next month!”
“Strange Maine: True Tales from the Pine Tree State This book is a great and significant addition to the growing regional literature on the unknown by new authors who are out there digging up new and old information overlooked by previous writers, investigators, and historians.”
You won’t find this in Facebook: From Strange Maine, an indication that saying goodbye to summer has never been easy for the little ones…
This portrait is one I found at a flea market earlier this summer. As everyone goes back to school this week, there is a certain funny poignancy about the tragic expression on the face of young Harlan, setting off on his first voyage into the land of the classroom back in 1905. While wardrobes have changed, the facial expressions on some kids’ faces sure hasn’t!
It’s completely mental, but I feel an uncontrollable impulse to bid.
Now that Battlestar Galactica is finished, there are plenty of props hanging around doing nothing but collecting dust and NBC/Universal have decided to auction them off. The variety of items on offer is simply staggering, ranging from medals and rank insignia, to rocket launchers and flight helmets. You can even buy currency and letters, should such things tickle your fancy.
$200 for a bitty piece of wallpaper, but, oh man, I’m tempted.
I’ve been awfully keyed-up over the upcoming Star Trek film, hanging on every scene, in every TV spot.
I hope soon to interview Alan Watt, and other experts on Trek symbolism, to disabuse me of my obsession.
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I’ve seen the trailer for J.J. Abrams’s upcoming “Star Trek” prequel about 30 times. I’ve picked through the high-definition video, checking the battle scenes against the starship-size reference charts in my office, and confirming that the license plate on the Kirk family car is from Iowa.
Sadly, I have seen no mention that Finnegan, Kirk’s tormentor at Star Fleet Academy, will be in the new movie. The original series’ famed tribbles, those cooing guinea pigs that love grain and hate Klingons, are rumored to be in the new “Star Trek” picture, however.