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  • NEWS
    Founding faculty member Bill Carpenter to publish third novel
    “Silence,” the new book from College of the Atlantic professor emeritus and founding faculty member Bill Carpenter, examines the bitter legacy of 9/11 through the experiences of a young Iraq war veteran returning home to Maine. “Carpenter has a reputation for shining an unvarnished light of truth into some darker subjects, and ‘Silence’ is his most ambitious endeavor yet.”
  • NEWS
    Author aims to expand transgender resources

    Filled with positivity, acceptance, and humor, “Being Bucky” is a children’s story featuring a transgender chicken and a host of cute animal characters. Created by Mason Pellerin ’20 for his College of the Atlantic senior project, “Being Bucky” is a dream project four years in the making.

  • NEWS
    Beloved Founding Faculty Member Retires

    College of the Atlantic founding faculty member, literature and creative writing professor, novelist, and poet William Carpenter steps away from teaching after nearly five decades with the college.

Events:

August 10th, 2021

  • Aug
    10

    The Exiles

    9:30am, Davis Center for Human Ecology Author Christina Baker Kline joins Karen Collins for a COA 2021 Coffee and Conversation talk about her newest novel.

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