Caitlin Shetterly is the author of three books: Fault Lines (2001), Made for You and Me (2011), and Modified (2016), which won the Maine Literary Award for Best Nonfiction of 2017, and was named one of “The Best Books of 2016” by Publisher’s Weekly. Caitlin is the curator for the annual Evening of Maine Authors series, which raises funds for Camp Susan Curtis, a camp in East, Stoneham for Maine kids facing economic hardship. When she is not pandemic homeschooling her two sons, working in the garden, or running through the woods, she is at work on a novel set in her home state of Maine. More information at www.caitlinshetterly.com.
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