Glenna Johnson Smith (1920-2020) was born in Ashville, Maine, in coastal Hancock County and lived for many decades in Presque Isle, Maine. In 1941, she graduated from the University of Maine, married, and moved to a farm in Easton, in Maine’s Aroostook County. A teacher for many years, she also was heavily involved in school and community theater productions. Her writing has appeared in Echoes and Yankee magazines and other publications.
Old Maine Woman | Glenna Johnson Smith
Glenna Johnson Smith writes with eloquence and humor about the complexities, absurdities, and pleasures of the every day, from her nostalgic looks at her childhood on the Maine coast in the 1920s and 1930s, to her observations of life under the big sky and among the rolling potato fields of her beloved Aroostook County, where she lived for nearly seven decades. The book also includes some of her best fiction pieces.
Written by Glenna Johnson Smith
Format: Softcover Book
Length: 161 pages
Publication Date: 2010
Located at the Center for Maine Craft in West Gardiner.
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