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Her first novel, Here I Stay: A Maine Novel, was published in 1938. She also wrote a number of autobiographical books and poetry. Her daughter (with Beston Kate Barnes (1932-2013 was also a writer and Maine's first poet laureate. The de Grummond Children's Literature Collection at.
Coatsworth travelled widely, spending time in England, France, Spain, Italy, Greece, Egypt, Morocco, Japan, China, Mexico, the Philippines, and the Yucatan. She incorporates her travel memories into her writing. Coatsworth wrote over 90 books, most of them children's books, including Five Bushel Farm (1939 a.
(1937) NYC-born novelist, author of Jaws and grandson of humourist Robert Benchley, Peter Benchley (1940; d.2006) Mississippi-born playwright Beth Henley aka Elizabeth Becker (1952 who authored 'Crimes of the Heart' May 9 Peter Pan creator Sir James Matthew Barrie (1860; d.1937 Scottish novelist and playwright.
Plant Dreaming Deep. (1958-1968 Journal of a Solitude (1972-1973, often considered her best The House by the Sea (1974-1976 Recovering (1978-1979) and At Seventy (1982-1983). In these fragile, rambling and honest accounts of her solitary life, she deals with such issues as aging, isolation, solitude.