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Appeared in: Volume 11, Number 4
Published on: February 15, 2016
Homo Americanus
A Maine Childhood, Twice Told

A memoir of a girl’s Maine childhood considered by another Maine memoirist, with sixty years—and a class divide—separating the two.

Helen Peppe, the author of Pigs Can’t Swim, was rated one of the world’s top ten equine photographers of 2015 by TopTeny. She has been in a variety of radio and television shows, such as the Marilu Henner Show, Live with Vickie St. Clair, 207, and Maine Calling, and is currently writing her second memoir, Forever Home.
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