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One Man’s MaineJim Krosschell, a retired publishing executive, divides his life into three parts: growing up for 29 years, working in science publishing for 29 years, and now writing in Massachusetts and Maine. His blog is full of his love of home. Jim writes, “Maine infected me at the age of 12, in Brunswick, on a family trip from Minnesota. The bug was more or less dormant until I moved to Boston in the late 70s, spread a little as I flirted with the mountains and lakes of New Hampshire and Vermont, and now, with the bemused tolerance of my wife, has set in without cure.” The blog features Jim’s current essays and links to his past published work as well a photography by Cynthia Dockrell, Jim’s wife.

One Man’s Maine – personal impressions of nature and people in a beautiful place from a man ecstatic with the idea of spending most of his time on the coast of Maine.


Jim Krosschell’s Non-Fiction piece Friday Afternoon is published in this issue of Four Ties Lit Review here.