Student Digest - (11/19/2012
A Room of One's Own: Donna Walsh Inglehart
A Room of One's Own: A Literary Salon for Maine Women Writers and Poets
Thursday, November 29th, 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Boody-Johnson House, 256 Maine St.
Donna Walsh Inglehart began her professional life in Maine, when she founded and directed the Cony Grant Farm Preserve, a wilderness camp for teenagers. She has taught writing for many years, at Northfield Mount Hermon, then at Hebron Academy, where she currently chairs the English Department. Her publications include *Breaking the Ring*, written for her daughters and published by Little, Brown; *Grindstone* (2010), a Civil War novel; and in 2012, *One in a Thousand*, an iPad book app co-written with aerial photographer Ian Coristine and produced by McLellan Interactive Publishing. *One* was recently chosen among 6000 international entries for the platinum MarCom Award in Publishing. She is currently writing a historical novel set in 19th century Sangerville and Bath, Maine.