Literary mushrooms in Rockport, Maine


Greg Marley’s new book on mushrooms is out, and there is a launch party set for October 30, in Rockport, Maine.

Can you be there?

Greg’s book party:

Book Release Party and Mushroom Talk

Chanterelle Dreams, Amanita Nightmares, by Greg Marley
Cover of Chanterelle Dreams, Amanita Nightmares, by Greg Marley

Saturday, October 30 from 4-6:00 pm
at Farmers Fare on Route 90 in Rockport [Maine]
Light refreshments served and beverages available

Chanterelle Dreams, Amanita Nightmares: The Love, Lore and Mystique of Mushrooms

Welcome a new book by Greg Marley, celebrating the wonder and mystery of mushrooms. Enjoy a readable, captivating and informative collection of great mushroom stories. From world-class edibles (with recipes) to the most deadly, learn about the mushrooms in your neighborhood and how to invite them into your life, or even how to grow your own.

 

Hey, if you’re in the neighborhood, drop in.

2 Responses to Literary mushrooms in Rockport, Maine

  1. Ed Darrell says:

    Shelley, if you only knew Greg . . .

    One of my all-time favorite New Yorker cartoons was the guy in the supermarket, looking at two bins of mushrooms. One was labeled “Mushrooms $1.00/pound.”

    The other was labeled, “Mushrooms? $0.05/pound.”

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  2. Shelley says:

    Maybe it’s just because I write about people who couldn’t afford anything but beans and cornbread–however, I really suspect that this mushroom issue could be used as a Personality Test: to separate bold people who would take the risk of eating something they pick out of the grass from another order of fearful people who think that’s madness, not confidence.

    I’m only eating mushrooms that I can buy at Raley’s!

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