About Rob

  • Rob-outside-lav Robert Kellerman is an assistant professor of English at the University of Maine at Augusta, where he teaches composition, introductory literature courses, medieval and Renaissance English literature courses, history of the English language, and introductory lgbt studies. Previous to living in Maine, he lived on Guam and in Michigan. He enjoys drinking coffee, swimming, classical music, reading, and writing.

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August 22, 2009


Brian Kliewer

Monhegan is a great place. I visited once, and loved it. But I'm more of a landlubber, I guess...though I would like to spend time out there myself and do some painting. Maybe I will someday. When the tourists are gone, except for the difference in climate, it must be more like Tristan da Cunha in many ways. Can't imagine living out there.

Those paths might serve as "roads" but they are enough to make any driver want to get back home! But what a quiet and beautiful place.

Nice post.


What is Tristan de Cunha, Brian?

Your website is really cool.

Kit Munroe-Myers

This is a wonderful blog - I'm enjoying it!


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