Tellis Coolong shares his story about writing 85,000 words in one month, publishing, and overcoming challenges including mental illness. This an honest, earnest talk from one of Maine's diamonds in the rough.
To find out more about Tellis and his books visit www.tellyproductions.net or find him on Amazon at http://www.amazon.com/Walczyk-Tellis-K-Coolong/dp/1484838483/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1451345810&sr=1-1.
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In this special edition of The Maine Show, Mainers with many different backgrounds share their memories, perspective, and lessons from holidays past.
This episode features music by Maine pianist Bill Trowell. To listen to more of Bill's music, visit www.billtrowellmusic.com.
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Josh Alves is an illustrator of comic strips, children's books, and much more. Hear this graphic designer's story from working at a local newspaper to winning international awards, all from his home right here in Maine and about how he got his first contract through Twitter.
In this episode, Ben sits down with Luke Livingston, President and Founder of Baxter Brewing Company. The company is about to celebrate its five year anniversary and has already set records, seen significant revenue growth, and had its founder, Luke, end up on Forbes 30 under 30 list. They have done all this while staying true to their Maine roots and eco-friendly principles.
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Special thanks to the Maine Science Festival for sponsoring this episode. Check them out at www.mainesciencefestival.org.
Waterfront Concerts has pumped over $50 million into the Bangor economy since the concerts began in 2010. In this episode, hear the backstory of how Alex Gray and a group of friends started the company and what advice Alex has for young entrepreneurs today.
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