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Granite Grumblings is about the day-to-day issues of life in New Hampshire and New England, as seen through the eyes of a sometimes cranky, twenty-five-year resident. It is an often humorous, occasionally introspective look at a family, a city and a state seeking to retain their identities in a world where “living free” is increasingly viewed as a curiosity. It is also a collection of original photographs by the author.
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About the Author
Glenn Currie is a humorist, essayist and poet. He has been a regular contributor to the Concord Monitor for two decades, as well as to other magazines and newspapers. He is the author of four volumes of poetry: Daydreams (2004), Riding in Boxcars (2006), A Boy's First Diary (2007) and In the Cat's Eye (2009).