Books in Boothbay is excited to announce our seventh confirmed author: Carl Little
Carl Little is the author of more than a dozen art books, including Edward Hopper’s New England, The Watercolors of John Singer Sargent and, new this year, The Art of Dahlov Ipcar.
He is a regular contributor to Art New England and Art in America, where he was formerly associate editor. He has written essays for museum and gallery exhibitions and lectures widely. Little’s poems have appeared in The Paris Review, New Directions in Poetry and Prose and The Hudson Review, as well as in the new anthology, Maine in Four Seasons: 20 Poets Celebrate the Turning Year, edited by Wesley McNair.
Little directed the Ethel H. Blum Gallery at College of the Atlantic; he currently is director of communications and marketing at the Maine Community Foundation. He holds degrees from Dartmouth College, Columbia University and Middlebury College. A native New Yorker, Little lives on Mount Desert Island.