Small Press—Big Talent
Passionate about books and writing, founder Cynthia Fraser Graves established Androscoggin Press to highlight the talented writers of Maine and New England, offering a platform for emerging and established voices to share their stories with the world.
Believing in the power of regional writing to capture the beauty, integrity, and uniqueness of the New England way of life, we are dedicated to supporting authors and artists whose work reflects these values. Join us in celebrating the rich literary heritage of our region.
Curious about our name? Androscoggin is the Anglicization of a term used by the Eastern Abenaki people for the beautiful and life-giving river that runs from New Hampshire through western Maine.
In the Press
Maine author captures the story of Vietnam POW Mark Gartley's mother and her fight to bring her son home. Watch WCSH TV '207' host, Samantha York, interview author Cheryl Gillespie about her book, From Beaver Creek to Hanoi: A Mother's Quest to Rescue Her Son.
West Kennebunk author Cynthia Fraser Graves talks to reporter Tammy Wells about her book Dusk on Route 1, a novel about a grief-stricken widow who gets lost in a blizzard in Wells on Christmas Eve.
Cynthia Fraser Graves discusses the inspiration for her children's book series, Maude of Maine, her latest book, A Mystical Friendship in Letters: My Year with Henry David Thoreau and what's on the horizon with reporter Marianne Hutchinson.
WCSH TV '207' News Magazine