Earl Smith speaks about “More Dam Trouble”
Location: Main Library
Audience: Adults, Seniors
Earl Smith’s writing is a delight and so is this latest chapter in the life of Belfry Village, Maine. MORE DAM TROUBLE, a stand-alone sequel to THE DAM COMMITTEE, catches us up with a cast of characters (including a very wise dog named Winston) that is engaging and likable from the first page. Smith’s affection for the place is palpable, as is his understanding of its people. I finished this small-town mystery and was already longing for number three. When you’re away from Earl Smith’s Belfry Village, you miss it terribly.
– GERRY BOYLE, author of the Jack McMorrow mystery series, including DAMAGED GOODS
About the author
A Maine native, Earl Smith is retired as Dean of the College at Colby College. He is the author of Mayflower Hill, a history of Colby (University Press of New England, 2006) and The Dam Committee. He and his wife Barbara live in Belgrade Lakes.
About the Series » Brown Bag Lecture Series
Portland Public Library’s Brown Bag Lecture Series features bi-weekly reading and question-and-answer sessions with authors from around the nation as well as those who hail from right here in Maine.
All Brown Bag Lectures are free to the public (unless specifically noted as a fundraiser). Because they usually take place over the lunch hour, guests are encouraged to bring their lunch; coffee provided by Coffee By Design. Special thanks to our Brown Bag Lecture Series coffee sponsor, Coffee by Design, and welcome to our new refreshment sponsor, Whole Foods. Books on sale at each lecture courtesy of Longfellow Books, who generously donates a portion of the proceeds to the Portland Public Library. Questions about our Brown Bag Lectures please send us an e-mail.
Want to hear one from the past? Maine Humanities Council has come and recorded a few of our talks, listen here!