Slippery Men

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New Rivers Press, 2008 - Family & Relationships - 148 pages
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These personal essays feature a strong woman finding her place in the contemporary world and caring for herself and for others while a father ages and approaches death, and lovers arrive and depart.

Penelope Schwartz Robinson lives in Cape Elizabeth, Maine, and contributes to MPR's Maine Things Considered.

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Essays of Maine and its people in relation to the authors life. These were somewhat over written with endings that occassionally dropped off a cliff. That said, some of the essays hit home and her ... Read full review


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Penelope Schwartz Robinson holds degrees from the University of Michigan and University of Southern Maine's Stonecoast M.F.A. program. She teaches at the University of Maine, Farmington, and has received the AWP Intro-Journals Award in nonfiction and a notable citation in Best American Essays 2005. She lives in Cape Elizabeth, Maine, with her husband.

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