Strange Maine

Founded 2005! Freaks. Weirdos. Unmapped roads. Whispering rocks. Deadening fog. Ghost pirates. Lonely islands. THINGS in the WOODS. Home of Stephen King & Glenn Chadbourne. A place where the 4 seasons really know how to live. Maine: the way life should be! This site is a nexus for conversation about Maine's unique strangeness, people who love it, people who have experienced it, & people who are intrigued by it. History, mysteries, legends, current events, cryptozoology, & more.

Friday, November 30, 2012

New Strange Maine Gazette is out!

Hello everyone! The Strange Maine Gazette is back in swing after our hiatus! I am mailing all subscriber copies out today, so most of you should get them by early next week. This morning I mailed copies to the various distribution locations across the state, so if you're in one of their neighborhoods, check in early next week to get your copy! Here's the list of statewide spots I've sent them to:

Boat House Beverage, Long Island
Captain Perry's Cafe, Long Island
Little Dog Coffee, Brunswick
Boothbay Harbor Memorial Library
Maine Coast Bookshop, Damariscotta
Owl & Turtle Bookshop, Camden
Fort Knox gift shop, Prospect
Treasure Chest, Waterville
Lithgow Public Library, Augusta
Books Lines & Thinkers, Rangeley
Mr. Paperback, Ellsworth
Mr. Paperback, Dover-Foxcroft
Mr. Paperback, Farmington
Mr. Paperback, Caribou
Obadiah's Bohemian Cafe, Machias
Calais Bookshop, Calais
York's Book Store, Houlton

If your bookshop or cafe needs copies, please let me know so I can add you to the list.

I dropped off copies here in Portland so far at:
Portland Public Library
Maine Historical Society Library
Strange Maine (the shop!)
Coffee By Design (Congress St)
Coast City Comics
Local Sprouts
The Green Hand Bookshop

...so if you're intown, you know where to find them! :) Some of you will have read some of the articles in Vex Magazine or the Portland Daily Sun weekend edition previously, perhaps.

I always have copies here at the Green Hand (661 Congress St), so don't be shy, they're always available here.

2 Comments:

At 3:45 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Mr. Paperback chain went bankrupt earlier this year. :(

 
At 5:22 PM, Blogger Michelle said...

*sigh* Thanks for the info! I just started receiving their parcels of the Gazette back from the Post Office. That's a bummer. They were around for a long time in Maine! I was wondering what had happened, but hadn't had a chance to check yet. :(

 

Post a Comment

Links to this post:

Create a Link

<< Home

MainePages.com