A Caregiver’s Memoir of Love, Loss and Saying Goodbye.
The extended book version of my award-winning one-woman show of the same name.
Essays by Elizabeth Peavey. Paintings by renowned Maine landscape painter Marguerite Robichaux. Finalist for the Maine Literary Award.
(2011, Pucker Art Press, Boston; www.puckergallery.com/)
A collection of humor columns from the popular Portland, ME, alternative newspaper, Casco Bay Weekly.
(2005, Warren Machine Co.; www.amazon.com/Outta-My-Way-Lived-Loudly/dp/0972941045)
A collection of adventure pieces from Down East magazine, where Peavey has been a contributor since 1993. Awarded the Maine Literary Award for Best Maine-themed Book. (2004, Down East Books; www.amazon.com/Maine-Me-Elizabeth-Peavey/dp/0892726695)
Starting Out: Life Lessons For Graduates (Islandport Press, 2014)
Forty Things To Do When You Turn Forty, essay: “Don’t Dye Your Hair” (Sellers Publishing, 2007)
Fodor’s Road Guide U.S.A., Maine chapter (Random House, 2001)
“Peavey[‘s]… sense of humor is legendary,” Maine Sunday Telegram, August 15, 2010.
“Outta My Yard”
“Outta My Way”
Down East magazine
Catalogue essay: “A Year in the Woods of Maine: Paintings by Marguerite Robichaux,” Pucker Gallery, Boston http://www.puckergallery.com/past2009exhibitions.html
Maine Audubon, “A Toast to Borestone” http://www.maineaudubon.org/explore/event/borestone_gallery.php