Title

Maine's poet laureate Baron Wormser describes why he and his wife live in Hallow

Authors

Baron Wormser

Source

Down East

Date

12-1-2004

Pages

54-57, 78-79

Abstract

Maine's poet laureate Baron Wormser describes why he and his wife live in Hallowell, a pictureseque town on the Kennebec River that values diversity, is home to the long-standing Slates restaurant, and has a sense of conviviality. A large land preserve known as Vaughan Woods features stone bridges from the nineteenth century. If "Bohemian" were a Maine word, it would fit the town of Hallowell.

Subjects

Hallowell, Poets, Wormser, Baron

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