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Angel Come Home Print Email
Written by Stuart R Wisong   

Angel the dog and star of Angel Come Home / SeacoastNH.com
SEACOAST BOOKS

First time Portsmouth author Stuart Wisong delivers a sweet episodic melodrama about a man, a woman, a dog and a myriad of unlikely characters. A real dog takes a fictional journey from Portsmouth -- the Paris of New England -- to France and back.

 

 

 
See Granny D Run Print Email
Written by J. Dennis Robinson   

Doris Haddock aka Granny D NH FILM

How many people pushing 100 can say they have their own web site, a paperback book and a new DVD? Granny D can. The new documentary traces her unsuccessful attempt to unseat NH Senator Judd Gregg in 2004. Amid the NH political spin, Run Granny, Run is a rare moment of pathos.

AVailable on DVD (click to see)

 

 
Placenames of South Berwick Print Email
Written by Old Berwick Historical Society   

South Berwick trolley / OBHS.net
SEACOAST BOOKS

You won’t find a more historic, walkable village in New England than South Berwick. Now you can find everything when you get there with this much-needed, carefully researched guide. If you didn’t already love "Sober", you will now.

 

 

 
Haunted Portsmouth Print Email
Written by Roxie J. Zwicker   

Tobias Langdon Tombstone, Portsmouth, NH / SeacoastNH.com
SEACOAST BOOKS

Strange visions at the Portsmouth Music Hall, wanton women of the night, unsolved murders, weird happenings, spooky cemeteries. It’s all here in this new volume from the History Press. Author Roxie Zwicker is the proprietor of New England Curiosities.

 

 

 
The Warner House Print Email
Written by Seacoast Books   

Polly Warner by J. Blackburn 1761 at the Warner House in Portsmouth, NH / SeacoastNH.com
SEACOAST BOOKS

Portsmouth has lots of historic treasures, but none is more worth opening than the doors of the Warner House. Visitors to New Hampshire’s only seaport should not pass this building by. Those who cannot find their way here, should own a copy of this colorful book which is, in itself, an opulent tour.

 

 

 
This Desired Place Print Email
Written by Julia Older   

This Desired PLace by Julia Older / SeacoastNH.com
SEACOAST BOOKS

New Hampshire poet and author has produced a second novel set at the Isles of Shoals. Set in the 17th century, the story leapfrogs from one dramatic Seacoast setting to the next during the founding years of colonial New England.

 

 

 
Flying Tigers Print Email
Written by Daniel Ford   

Flying Tigers by Daniel Ford / SeacoastNH.comNH BOOKS

Durham, NH author Daniel Ford didn’t make the pilots of the Flying Tigers happy with this book first appeared in 1991. Ford’s research showed that the elite volunteer air force shot down fewer than half the Japanese fighters officially recorded in 1941-42. The true story of this heroic team, however, is even more amazing than the legend.

 

 

 
The Tollbridge Keeper Print Email
Written by Sam Walter Foss   

Wooden (not a toll) bridge in Bath, NH by J. Dennis Robinson/ SeacoastNH.com
NH POETRY 

We’re often asked why we’re satisfied just living by the river in New Hampshire and rarely traveling. Sam Walter Foss, a favorite New Hampshire poet, said it best in this little ode to ordinary living. Franz Kafka said it well too. If you stay in one place, he wrote, "the world will come and grovel itself at your feet."

 

 

 
The House by the Side of the Road Print Email
Written by Sam Walter Foss   

House by a roadside

NH POETRY

Considered among the Top 100 most popular poems in America, this quotable classic remains popular today. Following also is a photo of the house in New Hampshire that , some say, inspired the poem.

 

 

 
Wallace Nutting’s Portsmouth Print Email
Written by Richard M. Candee   

Warner House doorway by Wallace Nutting on SeacoastNH.com/Courtesy Richard CandeeSEACOAST BOOKS

He came, he bought, he sold. Entrepreneur Wallace Nutting preserved and marketed the beauty of Portsmouth’s colonial merchant houses at the dawn of automobile tourism. He also perpetuated an idealized vision of the past that had never really existed and spread the Colonial Revival gospel to millions of willing buyers.

 

 

 

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Subcategories

  • Books
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  • Book of the Week

     
    Our focus here largely is on books about our Piscataqua Seacoast region or written by Seacoast authors.  With our active literary community, that means a lot of volumes. Where possible we offer links for you to buy books. Our goal here is not to review, but to keep you posted on the latest, and sometimes little known publications.

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  • Poetry

    LOCAL POETRY

    So much about the Seacoast inspires great poetry -- from sea charities to shipwreck ballads to modern verse. This section features the work of local writers young and old, famous and obscure.

     

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    57
  • Film

    FilmNew Hampshire ain’t Hollywood. It’s better. But we inspire more movies than are made here. Even films written about NH are often shot in Canada or elsewhere. All the same, there are stories to tell, tales of UFOs, black history, murder, sea adventures and quiet simple folk. We span the gap from Peyton Place to On Golden Pond. This web area is dedicated to films about us, by us, or loosely connected to NH and the nearby coast. It is a work in progress. Click for local movies NOW PLAYING or get info from our MOVIE DATA page.

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    27
  • Gallery

    GallerySeacoastNH is always looking for evocative images of our region and beyond. This is where we put them. Each gallery showcases the work of a single artist or project. Each has a theme. Each draws us in for some reason and captures a little of the diversity that makes our region unique. Come on in. Learn about the artists and, if you need creative work, contact them. Tell them we sent you.

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    17

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