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Albert Waitt is a long time resident of Maine. The Ruins of Woodman's Village, a mystery set on the Maine coast, will be published by Level Best Books in March 2023. It will be the first of a series featuring Police Chief LT Nichols. Summer to Fall, Waitt's first novel, was published in 2013 by Barrel Fire Press. His short fiction has appeared in The Literary Review, Third Coast, The Beloit Fiction Journal, Words and Images, Stymie: A journal of sport and literature, and other publications. Waitt is a graduate of Bates College and the Creative Writing Program at Boston University. Varied experiences from years of tending bar, teaching college writing classes, playing three-chord guitar, coaching, and frying clams can be seen throughout his work. He lives in Kennebunkport with his wife Kim (NOT the subject of Material Issue's song, "Kim the Waitress" and not a waitress) and their dog Presley (named after The King).
ALBERT WITH HIS TWO CHILDREN, SYDNEY & AARON
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