"Cover Story" piece on author Louise Dickinson Rich, and about her Winter House
"Cover Story" piece on author Louise Dickinson Rich, and about her Winter House and Forest Lodge, where she wrote her first books. The structures are located along Rapid River, two miles from the nearest neighbors at Middle Dam at the end of Lower Richardson Lake in the Rangeley Lakes region of Maine. Rich's Maine woods trilogy captured the imagination of readers during the difficult World War II years. Rich wrote about a world apart that gave people comfort. Forest Lodge is now the home of Aldro French and Joan Magrauth, both registered Maine guides, who operate Rapid River Fly Fishing. The Winter House is part of Lakewood Camps, which is owned by Stan and Sue Milton and Janne Provencher. With a related article about Rich's literary legacy.
Authors, Rich, Louise Dickinson
Austin, Phyllis, ""Cover Story" piece on author Louise Dickinson Rich, and about her Winter House" (1999). Maine News Index – Maine Times. 3756.
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